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Simply put: a recordset is a virtual table in your computer’s memory.Recordsets are mainly used in database environments - for example, it’s an invaluable help when programming in MS Access. A simple example is ‘Select * from Table’ (or ‘Select * from Range’ in Excel).What a mess Microsoft has made for developers to have a hope in hell to keep all the registry keys and variations straight.Anyways, I ended up going back to basic, and the answer was Conditional Compilation Directives.Some days after that post, I received some e-mail requests about doing the same, but for Access databases.More precisely, two blog readers (Josh and Maria) asked me to write two different VBA codes for running Access queries directly from Excel.
Recordset Dim s QRY As String Dim str File Path As String str File Path = “C:\Database Folder\my DB.accdb” rs. Open s QRY, cnn, ad Open Static, ad Lock Read Only Application. Learning anything new has always been my passion and if related to Business and Technology then I love it.You can save data in a recordset and immediately close the data file.After that, you can edit or analyse the data in the recordset.Note: A recordset pulls data from a file; the file is only open while this action is being executed and is closed afterwards.The advantage here is that you don’t have to pay attention to the file after retrieving the data you need.
In the first example, we’ll open a large file with 5,000 rows and 100 columns.