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I'm using a command object to pass 35 parameters to an Access database stored procedure, using the ".Execute" command. Does the command object not have a lockPessimistic property the way a recordset does?
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no ADO does not have a lock pessimistic property....Mike
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thanks. I didn't think so. Any idea what happens if someone else makes a change at the same time? There must some default read type/lock type for the command object (I'm using an implicit connection, rather than going through a connect object).
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I usually send over the timestamp field and compare that to the current timestamp to ensure that the record hasn't changed before doing the update.

Mike
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Thanks!!
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Use the return value to pass back a failure...0 if it worked.

Mike
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