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If you try to dimension a Dynaset, Snapshot, or Table object variable and using DAO 3.0 (Visual Basic version 4.0 data access objects), you will receive this runtime error:
If you replace the Dynaset, Snapshot, or Table object with the Object or RecordSet type and use methods such as CreateDynaset, CreateSnapshot, or OpenTable that are tied to the Dynaset, Snapshot, or Table types, you will receive this error:
User-defined type not defined.
Feature not available.
Visual Basic version 4.0 has replaced the older Dynaset, Snapshot, and Table objects with a single RecordSet object. This object can take on the attributes of any of the older three making it much more powerful and flexible.
You can resolve this problem one of two ways.
Steps to Reproduce Behavior
With the Microsoft DAO 3.0 Object Library selected in Tools REFERENCES
Article ID: 129883 - Last Review: February 24, 2014 - Revision: 2.0
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