What are the 4th & 5th arguments taken by Recordse

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    Stephen Sutherland Guest

    Default What are the 4th & 5th arguments taken by Recordse

    Hello Gents,<BR>As I review the scripts of others, I notice that some people include different numbers as arguements at the end of the recordset object in the 4th & 5th position as seen below. what does arguments in the 4th and 5th position signify ? <BR><BR>rs.Open SQL,Conn,1,2 <BR>or <BR>rsRecords.Open SQL, dbConn, 3<BR><BR>I know Rs is the record object<BR>I know Open is it&#039s method<BR>I know SQL represents the SQL statment to be executed <BR>I know that Conn is the is the connection we are using.<BR>But What does the 4th and 5th argument indicated by numbers signify.<BR>Sincerely,<BR>Stephen Sutherland

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    Default RE: What are the 4th & 5th arguments taken by Reco

    The following page explains it better than I could:<BR><BR>http://www.microsoft.com/data/ado/adords15/docs/adomth03_1.htm<BR><BR>

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