This example demonstrates how to use the GetRows method.
The ADO Recordset object is used to hold a set of records from a database table. A Recordset object consist of records and columns (fields).
In ADO, this object is the most important and the one used most often to manipulate data from a database.
Recordset objects can support two types of updating:
In ADO there are 4 different cursor types defined:
The cursor type can be set by the CursorType property or by the CursorType parameter in the Open method.
Note: Not all providers support all methods or properties of the Recordset object.
|AbsolutePage||Sets or returns a value that specifies the page number in the Recordset object|
|AbsolutePosition||Sets or returns a value that specifies the ordinal position of the current record in the Recordset object|
|ActiveCommand||Returns the Command object associated with the Recordset|
|ActiveConnection||Sets or returns a definition for a connection if the connection is closed, or the current Connection object if the connection is open|
|BOF||Returns true if the current record position is before the first record, otherwise false|
|Bookmark||Sets or returns a bookmark. The bookmark saves the position of the current record|
|CacheSize||Sets or returns the number of records that can be cached|
|CursorLocation||Sets or returns the location of the cursor service|
|CursorType||Sets or returns the cursor type of a Recordset object|
|DataMember||Sets or returns the name of the data member that will be retrieved from the object referenced by the DataSource property|
|DataSource||Specifies an object containing data to be represented as a Recordset object|
|EditMode||Returns the editing status of the current record|
|EOF||Returns true if the current record position is after the last record, otherwise false|
|Filter||Sets or returns a filter for the data in a Recordset object|
|Index||Sets or returns the name of the current index for a Recordset object|
|LockType||Sets or returns a value that specifies the type of locking when editing a record in a Recordset|
|MarshalOptions||Sets or returns a value that specifies which records are to be returned to the server|
|MaxRecords||Sets or returns the maximum number of records to return to a Recordset object from a query|
|PageCount||Returns the number of pages with data in a Recordset object|
|PageSize||Sets or returns the maximum number of records allowed on a single page of a Recordset object|
|RecordCount||Returns the number of records in a Recordset object|
|Sort||Sets or returns the field names in the Recordset to sort on|
|Source||Sets a string value or a Command object reference, or returns a String value that indicates the data source of the Recordset object|
|State||Returns a value that describes if the Recordset object is open, closed, connecting, executing or retrieving data|
|Status||Returns the status of the current record with regard to batch updates or other bulk operations|
|StayInSync||Sets or returns whether the reference to the child records will change when the parent record position changes|
|AddNew||Creates a new record|
|Cancel||Cancels an execution|
|CancelBatch||Cancels a batch update|
Cancels changes made to a record of a Recordset object
|Clone||Creates a duplicate of an existing Recordset|
|Close||Closes a Recordset|
|CompareBookmarks||Compares two bookmarks|
|Delete||Deletes a record or a group of records|
|Find||Searches for a record in a Recordset that satisfies a specified criteria|
|GetRows||Copies multiple records from a Recordset object into a two-dimensional array|
|GetString||Returns a Recordset as a string|
|Move||Moves the record pointer in a Recordset object|
|MoveFirst||Moves the record pointer to the first record|
|MoveLast||Moves the record pointer to the last record|
|MoveNext||Moves the record pointer to the next record|
|MovePrevious||Moves the record pointer to the previous record|
|NextRecordset||Clears the current Recordset object and returns the next Recordset object by looping through a series of commands|
|Open||Opens a database element that gives you access to records in a table, the results of a query, or to a saved Recordset|
|Requery||Updates the data in a Recordset by re-executing the query that made the original Recordset|
|Resync||Refreshes the data in the current Recordset from the original database|
|Save||Saves a Recordset object to a file or a Stream object|
|Seek||Searches the index of a Recordset to find a record that matches the specified values|
|Supports||Returns a boolean value that defines whether or not a Recordset object supports a specific type of functionality|
|Update||Saves all changes made to a single record in a Recordset object|
|UpdateBatch||Saves all changes in a Recordset to the database. Used when working in batch update mode|
Note: You cannot handle events using VBScript or JScript (only Visual Basic, Visual C++, and Visual J++ languages can handle events).
|EndOfRecordset||Triggered when you try to move to a record after the last record|
|FetchComplete||Triggered after all records in an asynchronous operation have been fetched|
|FetchProgress||Triggered periodically in an asynchronous operation, to state how many more records that have been fetched|
|FieldChangeComplete||Triggered after the value of a Field object change|
|MoveComplete||Triggered after the current position in the Recordset has changed|
|RecordChangeComplete||Triggered after a record has changed|
|RecordsetChangeComplete||Triggered after the Recordset has changed|
|WillChangeField||Triggered before the value of a Field object change|
|WillChangeRecord||Triggered before a record change|
|WillChangeRecordset||Triggered before a Recordset change|
|WillMove||Triggered before the current position in the Recordset changes|
|Fields||Indicates the number of Field objects in the Recordset object|
|Properties||Contains all the Property objects in the Recordset object|
|Count||Returns the number of items in the fields collection. Starts at zero.
|Item(named_item/number)||Returns a specified item in the fields collection.
|Count||Returns the number of items in the properties collection. Starts at zero.
|Item(named_item/number)||Returns a specified item in the properties collection.
itemprop = rs.Properties.Item(1)
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