how to query an existing open ado recordset

if i open a ado recordset, can I then query into another recordset selected data, and then query that again, etc?
Brant KerseyAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
i have not done this and i don't think it is a good idea if it is even possible.

may i ask why you want to do this?
there might be a better solution ..
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
...and post all the details of this...
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BitsqueezerCommented:
Hi,

no, you can't, a recordset is the result of a query which loaded the data into the recordset. A recordset object is not an own database which you can again query. (It's the same with ADO and DAO.)

But you said "selected data" so you must have a mechanism to select the data like a checkbox for each record or a filter you used in the form etc. So in the end you have a selection criterion, maybe the "Me.Filter" property which is a WHERE clause like "ID = 10". This you can read out and use that to query the database again using this as WHERE part and so you get a new recordset with the wanted data.

Cheers,

Christian
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Brant KerseyAuthor Commented:
yeah, you got it. entry level programming gives you the weirdest ideas. it would be nice to have a mentor, but things arent like that nowadays really
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