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vb6 error - Run-time error '3265':

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When I run a system we have that is written in VB6 and interacts with SQL Server 2008 R2, the error below occurs when trying to change a user password through he VB6 system.
Has anyone encountered this error before?  Any ideas on what causes this error? What should I check to resolve this problem?
Please see the attached file for screen shots and further clarification.
Thanks in advance for any help.

-Utilities
-Change Password
--Enter Password info
VB error occurs…
Run-time error ‘3265’:
Item cannot be found in the collection corresponding to the requested name or ordinal.

See screen shots below…
3265-run-time-error-screen-shot.docx
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You've referenced a field that doesn't exist in your record set.

e.g. "SELECT Field1 FROM Table1"

Then later:

rs.Fields("Field2").Value

You'll get that error there.

Does that point you in the right direction?

--
Chris

(PS: You might want to consider posting your screenshots as images, not docx files. More people might view them.)
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by:tesla764
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Possibly, I will check that out and let you know.
Thanks Chris
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by:tesla764
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Thanks Chris. Your suggestion helped me fix the problem.
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