The Recordset object is used to read or manipulate data in an ADO data source. It represents the set of records from a table or the results of an executed command. All recordsets consist of records (rows) and fields (columns). Depending on the functionality supported by the provider, some Recordset methods or properties may not be available.
The Recordset object has a variety of properties and methods you'll use in your programming. The following table describes the properties.
|AbsolutePage||Long||Identifies the page the current record of the Recordset is on.|
|AbsolutePosition||Long||Identifies the position of the current record in the Recordset.|
|ActiveCommand||Variant||Pointer to the Command object that created the Recordset.|
|ActiveConnection||String or Connection||Specifies the Connection object used to retrieve the Recordset.|
|BOF||Boolean||True if you're currently at the beginning of the file, the position before the first record.|
|Bookmark||Variant||Allows you to return to a specific record in the Recordset.|
|CacheSize||Long||The number of records ADO caches from the server.|
|CursorLocation||Long||Lists whether the cursor service that maintain the results of the query is client-side or server-side.|
|CursorType||CursorTypeEnum||Specifies the type of cursor used to access the query results (dynamic, keyset, status, forward-only).|
|DataMember||String||Specifies which Recordset in the data source you're referring to.|
|DataSource||Object||Allows you ...|