PRB: Problems Reusing ADO Command Object on Multiple Recordsets

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When you use a single command object to open multiple recordset objects with one or more of those recordset objects open at the same time, you encounter unexpected behavior. This is most noticeable when you open stored procedures with output or return parameters.


Consider the following ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) code, which is written in Visual Basic for Applications:

Note You must change UID=<username> and PWD=<strong password> to the correct values before you run this code. Make sure that UID has the appropriate permissions to perform this operation on the database.ion on the database.
   Dim cn As New ADODB.Connection
Dim cm As New ADODB.Command
Dim rs1 As New ADODB.Recordset
Dim rs2 As ADODB.Recordset
Dim rs3 As New ADODB.Recordset

cn.Open "DSN=Pubs;UID=<username>;PWD=<strong password>;"

On Error Resume Next
cn.Execute "drop procedure dbo.sp_AdoTest"
cn.Execute "create proc sp_AdoTest ( @InParam int ) as " & _
"select * FROM Authors WHERE State <> 'CA' " & _
"return @InParam + 10"

cn.Execute "drop procedure dbo.sp_AdoTest2"
cn.Execute "create proc sp_AdoTest2 as " & _
"select * FROM Authors WHERE State <> 'CA' " & _
"return 10"

Set cm.ActiveConnection = cn
cm.CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
cm.CommandText = "sp_AdoTest"
cm.Parameters(1).Value = 10
Set rs1 = cm.Execute

Debug.Print cm.Parameters.Count
At this point, the Parameters collection for the command object has two objects, and you can reference them as you would normally. However, consider the following code, which destroys (resets) the Parameters collection:
cm.CommandText = "sp_AdoTest2"
Set rs1 = cm.Execute

Debug.Print cm.Parameters.Count
At this point, the Parameters collection has been reset to contain only one Parameter object. However, the original Recordset (rs1), which has not been closed or released, still has a reference to an internal buffer that stores the value of each parameter that was originally created. When the original recordset is closed, it attempts to release the buffer. However, the second recordset's Parameters collection may be using the same memory location for its own buffers, and if both recordsets are trying to release the same memory location, you may receive an Access Violation.


The Access Violation has been confirmed to occur (at random intervals) when using a forward only cursor with a parameterized stored procedure using the OLE DB Provider for ODBC to the SQL Server ODBC Driver. It may occur with other ODBC Drivers or OLE DB Providers as well.

The Access Violation appears to have been fixed in the MDAC 2.1 SP2 release. However, recycling the same Command Object for multiple, concurrently open Recordsets is not a safe practice. Any savings in performance or memory allocation you receive in minimizing the number of created objects will not be compensated for by increased risk of your code causing a failure within ADO. The Command Object is not designed or intended for this kind of utilization.


This behavior is by design.

Id. de artículo: 197449 - Última revisión: 03/14/2005 - Revisión: 1