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Posted on 2002-03-27
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Just after installing MS Visual Basic 6the following line generated by the VBApplication Wizard gives a "User defined type not defined" compile error.

>>>Private Sub datPrimaryRS_MoveComplete(ByVal adReason As ADODB.EventReasonEnum, ByVal pError As ADODB.Error, adStatus As ADODB.EventStatusEnum, ByVal pRecordset As ADODB.Recordset)<<<<

So I must need to manually set a reference to some library to use ADODB.

Could somone help.

-Neil
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Question by:neilhoman
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by:neilhoman
ID: 6901397
Does anyone know the reference that I should select
?
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Expert Comment

by:Ryan Chong
ID: 6901427
Hi neilhoman,

Try to add M$ ActiveX Data Object 2.1 (or 2.5) Library from Reference to see if problem remains.
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by:neilhoman
ID: 6901487
Should I try using a different approach other thatn using the wizards.
I am connecting to an ODBC data source .... which connects to mysql.

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by:neilhoman
ID: 6901491
thx ryancys will try that now
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by:neilhoman
ID: 6901507
it says "procedure declaration does not match description of the event or procedure having the same name
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by:neilhoman
ID: 6901509
This is all wizard generated code.
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by:dboero
ID: 6901682
I had a problem like yours. When I use the app wizard.

Add a reference  ActiveX Data Object 2.1 (or 2.5)  and other to Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects Recordset 1.5 library.





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by:neilhoman
ID: 6901691
I have already tried that
.... thanx anyway ...

im gonna try just adding every ADO reference and see what happens
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by:dboero
ID: 6901699
Have you installed a Service Packs?
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by:Ryan Chong
ID: 6901714
If it's not working, try download the MDAC from M$ website:

http://www.microsoft.com/Data/download.htm
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Madmarlin earned 100 total points
ID: 6901912
Just try setting  a variable to reference a recordset.
eg
Dim Rs As ADODB.Recordset

After 'ADODB.' if it doesnt bring up a recordset in the list of objects then you know the reference to the
ActiveX Data Object 2.1 library is at fault.

Alternativly dont use the wizard and manual code heres one of my simple examples.

Dim Rs As ADODB.Recordset
Dim Cn As ADODB.Connection

Set Cn = New ADODB.Connection
Set Rs = New ADODB.Recordset
     
Cn.Open "Provider=SQLOLEDB;Data Source=" & g_strServer & ";Initial Catalog=" & g_strDB & ";User Id=" & g_Uid & ";Password=" & g_UPwd & "; "
'Return all active sites
Rs.Open "Select * From tblSites where active = 1", Cn

...Do Stuff with the returned data....

Set Rs = nothing
Set CN  nothing


Obviously your connection string will be different so

cn.open "YOUR CONNECTION PROPERTIES HERE"

Good luck.
Madmarlin
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by:TimCottee
ID: 6901978
Change it to this:

Private Sub datPrimaryRS_MoveComplete(ByVal adReason As ADODB.EventReasonEnum, ByVal pError As ADODB.Error,
adStatus As ADODB.EventStatusEnum, ByVal pRecordset As ADODB.Recordset20)

Manually in your code, also you will need to change any similar event raised by this control. The reason is that you have the older version of the control that is only compatible with ADO 2.0, as you have ADO 2.1 or higher installed (probably 2.6 by now if you have followed other advice here) there was a change in the recordset object's interface from 2.0 to 2.1. Whilst this is something that should never have happened without changing the name of the object it did and we have to work around it. The only other workaround is to install VB SP4 or higher so that the newer version of this control is available that handles this automatically.

The change in the interface for this object is not something that will affect operation in any way that you will notice so don't worry about it.
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by:Éric Moreau
ID: 6902196
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by:dboero
ID: 6903696
with a service pack 3 and references to ActiveX Data Object 2.1 (or 2.5)   and  ActiveX Data Objects Recordset 1.5 library. works fine

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by:neilhoman
ID: 6911241
Recreated the app using adodb code...
And this got rid of my problems.
Accepting this answer to award points for the useful code (I am a beginner) and it is a good starting point.

Thanx to all for the useful comments though...
Keep up the good work guys,
-Neil
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by:neilhoman
ID: 6911594
What's going on ...

There is no subform tool in my toolbox.

I want to embed an existing wizard generated form into a tab control on another page but I cant find my subform tool... how do I add it to my toolbox.
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