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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Advanced
Apr 12, 2002

Don't Use Default Properties When Working with Hierarchical Recordsets


It's common VB knowledge that you can omit the default property of a control or an object. For example, statements such as Text1.Text = "blah" and Text1 = "blah" are equivalent, with Text being a default property of text control. Objects behave similarly. When you have two tables, Orders and Items, in a parent-child relationship by OrderNumber, you can build a hierarchical recordset that stores Items
Brian Hunter
 
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