These examples provide DAO programmers with a brief reference to ADO syntax.You are the correct audience for this page if you are using ASP recordset programming.[Licensed To]Microsoft is providing free developer extensions and runtime Access so you can create an Access 2007 application and give it to users who do not have Access 2007.(In previous versions, this was an additional commercial product.) There are many other little improvements as well.No matter how experienced you are, it's difficult to commit every little behavior and requirement to memory.Luckily, you can avoid some of the most common mistakes if you just plan for them.Get up to speed with Access 2007: These observations are limited to Access, and do not address very significant new capabilities for data collection and integration with other software through WSS (Share Point) or other software. Parameter shown as number (ASCII value) instead of text on a report. Stored procedure executed multiple times when opening a form/report. Navigation Pane and Status Bar issues after applying Service Pack 2. Templates disappear (with Spanish MUI on Win XP/2003)3.
Example: In Auto Exec macro, Set Temp Var named Licensed To to "Acme Corporation", and add this text box to each report header: =[Temp Vars]!
And you can copy and paste the data used in the examples from the table below.
pk People ID First Name Last Name Hire Review Salary Sex Is Selected 1 Carla Dumont 9/4/87 10/2/99 ,249.82 F Yes 2 Andrew Frank 2/9/97 2/9/99 ,081.10 M Yes 3 Janet Lydell 6/25/94 6/25/99 ,875.00 F No 4 Margo Oniell 1/16/94 7/16/99 ,629.58 F Yes 5 Edward Jones 1/17/98 9/17/99 ,163.31 M No 6 Harry Jones 9/22/78 10/1/99 3,500.00 M Yes 7 Jane Doe 8/9/78 10/3/99 3,750.00 F Yes 8 Hugh Poynor 9/12/89 9/30/99 ,601.00 M No 9 Jane Deaux 9/8/87 10/3/99 ,368.71 F Yes If you have this document open, highlight all 9 data rows (above) and copy them to the clipboard.
As an Access developer — or even as a power user — you won't get far if you can't work with the Recordset object.
But it's easy to go astray, and there are a number of mistakes that even experts make. Often, we're unaware of a subtle nuance between the two object libraries, Data Access Objects (DAO) and Active X Data Objects (ADO).