The Seek method searches the index of a Recordset to find a record that matches the values specified in the keyvalues parameter. If there is a match, the pointer will point to the record specified by the seekoption parameter. If there is no match, the record pointer will be placed at the end of the Recordset.
Note: To use this method, the provider must support this method and the use of indexes on a Recordset (the Index property). Use the Supports method to determine whether the provider supports seek and indexes.
Note: Set the Index property to the desired index before executing this method.
Note: This method can only be used with server-side cursors (not supported when the CursorLocation property value is adUseClient).
Note: This method can only be used when the Recordset object was opened with the CommandTypeEnum value of adCmdTableDirect.
|keyvalues||Required. An array of values to compare with the values in each column|
|seekoption||Required. A SeekEnum value that specifies the type of seek|
|adSeekFirstEQ||1||Seeks the first key equal to keyvalues|
|adSeekLastEQ||2||Seeks the last key equal to keyvalues|
|adSeekAfterEQ||4||Seeks either a key equal to keyvalues or just after where that match would have occurred|
|adSeekAfter||8||Seeks a key just after where a match with keyvalues would have occurred|
|adSeekBeforeEQ||16||Seeks either a key equal to keyvalues or just before where that match would have occurred|
|adSeekBefore||32||Seeks a key just before where a match with keyvalues would have occurred|
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