Unanswered: Rowset does not support fetching backward.
I'm having an issue with returning the recordset back from a stored procedure. I'm using an MTS component (VB), using ADORecordset 2.6 Library, to run a stored procedure in MS SQL Server 7.0. The Recordcount always returns as -1 and the the movelast method fails with error
"Rowset does not support fetching backward." Below is a portion of the VB code. The Stored Procedured does contain the SET NOCOUNT ON statement.
Set conn = New ADODB.Connection
20 conn.ConnectionTimeout = 90
30 conn.CommandTimeout = 60
'Open the connection
40 conn.Open ConnectionString
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The data source (Table or stored procedure) has nothing to do with the recordset movement. Naturally, a stored procedure will not allow edits of the underlying data, but a static recordset should allow movement in both directions.
You will always get a record count = -1 when the cursorlocation is adUseServer.
Last edited by loquin; 08-24-04 at 19:41.
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