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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: All
Aug 29, 2000

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Name Property Is Case-Sensitive

Always be careful when checking adoRS.Fields(i).Name, the string for this property is case sensitive. If in a database there's a field named BANK_BALANCE_AMT, RS.Fields(i).Name will not recognize "bank_balance_amt": In such a case if you use, for example, IF statement such as:

If myRS.Fields(index).Name="bank_balance_amt" Then...

you will not get expected results even if in the recorset myRS there's a field named "BANK_BALANCE_AMT". This is false toward RS.Fields([field name]): RS.Fields("bank_balance_amt")=RS.Fields("BANK_BALANCE_AMT")

Vadim Markoff
 
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