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Hello,

Dim TempRS As Recordset
Set TempRS = DataEnvironment1.Connection1.Execute("SELECT * FROM Students")

"Students" is a table.
I get the following error: "Type mismatch"
Why doesn't it work?
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Question by:slavikn2
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Assuming you've opened the connection correctly, then try:

   Dim RS as ADODB.RecordSet
   
   SQL = "SELECT * FROM STUDENTS"
   Set RS = New ADODB.RecordSet
   RS.Open SQL, Connection1, adOpenForwardOnly
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by:PNJ
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sorry, add

   Dim SQL As String
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by:slavikn2
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That was enough:

Dim TempRS As ADODB.Recordset
Set TempRS = DataEnvironment1.Connection1.Execute("SELECT * FROM Students")
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