dbForceOSFlush for ADO Connection object

Does the ADO Connection object have something similar to dbForceOSFlush?
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ADO is not too concerned about the actual engine used. However, you can get a direct handle on the active JetEngine, and force the database cache flush from there. For early binding, this will require a reference to "Microsoft Jet and Replication Objects ?.?? Library" (or JRO for short).

Full example and more details in ADO help, keyword "RefreshCache Method".

As a one-liner for a Jet Connection (late binding):

    CreateObject("JRO.JetEngine").RefreshCache CurrentProject.Connection

Hope this helps!

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MilewskpAuthor Commented:
Works for me. Thanks!
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