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    Joey Guest

    Default recordset/command objects

    What is the difference between a recordset and command object?<BR>Which is better to use.<BR><BR>Joey

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    Dec 1969
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    Default RE: recordset/command objects

    &nbsp;<BR> Hi<BR><BR> Recordset and Command objects two objects of ADO.<BR><BR> If you have simple queries with no parameters you can use<BR> Recordset object ..<BR><BR> If you want to call a stored procedure you can use command<BR> objects..<BR><BR> main difference is You can&#039t call a stored procedures in <BR> through a recordset object. <BR><BR> you can create parameters on the fly if u r using<BR> command objects....

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