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bind search to array results

Thread began 7/30/2010 4:05 pm by mark336119 | Last modified 7/30/2010 4:35 pm by Jason Byrnes | 483 views | 1 replies |


bind search to array results

How would I go about binding the search feature to array results (instead of the default recordset style)?

The standard approach works fine:
obitlist_cmd.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM xxxx WHERE display = ? ORDER BY yyyy DESC"
setQueryBuilderSource obitlist_cmd, WADbSearch2_whereClause, false
Set obitlist = obitlist_cmd.Execute

But I am loading the database results into an array, but can't figure out the syntax to bind the search to the array results.

Set OBITrstGetRows = OBITcnnGetRows.Execute("SELECT * FROM xxxx WHERE display = 'Y' ORDER BY yyyy DESC")
????? setQueryBuilderSource OBITrstGetRows, WADbSearch2_whereClause, false
OBITarrDBData = OBITrstGetRows.GetRows()

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This is not supported in dataassist, the search can only be applied to the recordset.

it cannot be applied to an array.

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