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how to add a new record to database using textbox

Posted on 2004-08-14
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Hello friends,

I connected some textbox controls to a adodc , I want to add new records using those textbox controls.

Thank you very much,
Azadeh
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'txt1 is a textbox on your form that links to field "a" in your table
'txt2 is a textbox on your form that links to field "b" in your table
'rs is a module level or application level recordset that has an active connection to your table

private sub addRecord()

  rs.addnew
  rs("a").value = txt1.text
  rs("b").value = txt2.text
  rs.update

end sub
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