I've read previous forum, but none of the solution in them seem to
work for me.
Bob Barrows [MVP]
> I keep getting the following error message when accessing a web page:
> ADODB.Recordset (0x800A0CC1)
> Item cannot be found in the collection corresponding to the requested
> name or ordinal.
> /SNHC/Classes.asp, line 2701
> And the line that the error message is point to in Classes.asp is:
> RecordsArray = Recordset.Recordset.GetRows(25, ,
> I've read previous forum, but none of the solution in them seem to
> work for me.
I have never heard of a Recordset object that has a Recordset property. At
the very least, the line should probably read:
RecordsArray = Recordset.GetRows(25, , _
If you actually do have a Recordset object with a Recordset property (making
your oricginal call correct) then you need to verify that the TextColumn and
BoundColumn variables actually contain valid field names.
Note: It is bad form to give a variable the same name as an intrinsic
object. That is why you will see most of use names like rs, cn, conn, etc.
instead of Recordset and Connection
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