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Re: recordset record locking
Posted by: Mike Hillyer
Date: October 06, 2004 04:09PM

A lot can be omitted when the database and the application are both embedded within Access. lot of this code you are seeing has to do with talking from VB to a database that is not so tightly coupled. The disadvantage of this tight coupling is the fact that it makes it harder to move away from Access.

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