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Some data fields are missing from adodb recordset in asp page

Posted on 2007-04-05
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This ASP page does the following:
1. Creates an ADODB.Recordset object
Dim rsRequestDetail

Set rsRequestDetail = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
rsRequestDetail.ActiveConnection = connString
rsRequestDetail.Source = "SELECT * FROM vRequestDetails WHERE reqID=" & lngRecordNo  
rsRequestDetail.CursorType = 0
rsRequestDetail.CursorLocation = 2
rsRequestDetail.LockType = 1

2. Open the recordset
rsRequestDetail.Open()

3. Embeds the values inside of basic HTML code.
<tr id="foodRow">
      <td class="td-label">Type of Food & Beverage:</td>
      <td class="td-value" colspan="3"><%=rsRequestDetail("reqFoodDesc")%></td>
</tr>
<tr id="ccNameRow">
      <td class="td-label">Name on Credit Card:</td>
      <td class="td-value" colspan="2"><%=rsRequestDetail("reqCCName")%></td>
</tr>
<tr id="ccNumberRow">
      <td class="td-label">Number:</td>
      <td class="td-value"><%=rsRequestDetail("reqCCNumber")%></td>
</tr>
<tr id="ccTypeExpRow">
      <td class="td-label">Type:</td>                        
      <td class="td-value"><%=rsRequestDetail("reqCCType")%></td>                  
                        
      <td class="td-label">Expiration:</td>
      <td class="td-value"><%=rsRequestDetail("reqCCExpMonth") & "/" & rsRequestDetail("reqCCExpYear")%></td>      
</tr>

The problem is that some data fields are missing from the recordset.  I can query the DB directly and see that they are there.  The query will retrieve records correctly with these missing fields used as criteria, but when those values are used, they are blank/null.  Another anomoly is that the mystery elements are usually, but not always the same fields.

Thanks,
Robert
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Question by:neudeal
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Remove the other code and try this.

Set rsRequestDetail = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
SQL = "SELECT * FROM vRequestDetails WHERE reqID=" & lngRecordNo  
rsRequestDetail.open sql, connString, 2, 3

Same result?
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by:neudeal
ID: 18859667
Worked perfectly... Thanks so much!!  What was the problem with the original code by the way?

Thanks,
Robert
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by:golfDoctor
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CursorType and CursorLocation you use prevent proper movement through recordset.
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by:golfDoctor
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CursorType 1, 2, or 3 would most like work in your original code, instead of 0.
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