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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 23, 1999

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ADO Disconnected Recordsets

Question:
I am designing a three tier architecture framework. For passing data from one tier to another, I am using ADO disconnected recordsets. For Reading, Updation and Deletion, I create recordsets at the data layer, pass them to the presentation(user layer) and with the update batch method, I get the functionality.

But for Adding a new record, I have to roundtrip. Data -> Business -> User-> Add the record-> Business -> Data. Is there any way to create recordset at the user layer?

Answer:
You can programmatically create a recordset by instantiating a new recordset and appending fields to the Fields collection. After you've added the fields, open it, and add records. You can then pass it to the middle tier and process it there.

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