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It worked fine in Access, but when I switched to SQL Server it stopped working.
Im using the SQLOLEDB Provider and when Im trying to set the Index by using the code below i receive the ffg error...
Error 3251 : Current Provider does not support the necessary interface for Index functionality..
Here is the Dim strquery As String Dim cn As ADODB.
------------------------------------------ I've got another stored procedure in the same app that returns multiple recordsets and the code works.
Update ********* This looks ok to me; but the program doesn't like it. Add New line, it falls over, complaining: ********* Run time error '3251' Current Recordset does not support updating.
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I have to use SQL Server as our Access databases are quite large...
Does the index and seek function even work with ADO and SQL Server 2000? I am migrating from DAO to ADO to use SQL Server and Im trying not to change the existing code so I need to use the Index and Seek functionality as it has been used everywhere...