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Datareport in visual basic 6.0

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i am inserting few records in a table through prog, then i display those records in report. when a new set of records are inserted then i try to display the records i get old set of records in report rather than a new set of records what sort of changes i should make to retrieve new set of records?
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by:Ryan Chong
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Close the Report, clear the memory (if needed) before open it again.
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Add the following 3 lines of code in the calling place of the report.

DataEnvironment1.rsAuthors.Open strSql,DataEnvironment1.Connection1, adOpenDynamic
   
DataReport1.Show vbModal

DataEnvironment1.rsAuthors.Close


I assume that the report is bound to DataEnvironment1 as DataSource and Authors as Datamember.


cheers.
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by:gencross
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If these do not work post the code you are using to open the report.
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ryancys points for you at:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_20519684.html
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