Copying a recordset

Posted on 2008-11-04
Last Modified: 2010-04-30

I'm trying to copy a recordset, but I'm wanting to copy the data and fields, and not wanting to use the methods. Is there someway I can use a recordset to hold the data without tying it to a database connection? Essentially using a recordset as a type of class?

Question by:Unimatrix_001
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    Recordset is an object designed to hold data from a record/data source, you must connect it to a database in order to use it.

    If you don't want connect the recordset object to a database, then you must create your own class objects to handle your requirements.
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    Shame... Thanks anyways.

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