Is the rs.filter property exclusively for ASP use, or can I also using in a standard Data Access Page using VBscript?
I have an MS Access Data Access Page displaying a report. I wish to change the criteria of the report query by using the rs.filter property in conjunction with a combo box. I just need to check with you guys that this particular property will work with VBscript as opposed to ASP (I currently suspect this is exclusively an ASP property). If anyone can point me in the direction of more info on this rs.filter property, I'd be grateful!!
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