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Posted on 2002-03-15
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I am writing some code to go through a recordset and I want something that will stop at the last record and disable the next button.  When I use: If .eof then disable, it makes the user hit it twice.  I am wanting to try to use something on the lines that if the .AbsolutePosition equals the .RecordCount then disable it.  However, AbsolutePosition is not returning values it should.  It is always -1 or -3, as opposed to which record its on.  I am using ADO to a SQL 7.0 server.  How can I do it?  Code example please.
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Éric Moreau earned 50 total points
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set your CursorLocation to adUseClient and your CursorType to adOpenStatic
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Sorry for the delay.
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