The WillMove event is triggered before an operation changes the current position in the Recordset.
Note: Before this event returns, set the status parameter to adStatusCancel to cancel the operation that caused this event or set it to adStatusUnwantedEvent to prevent subsequent notications.
The MoveComplete event is triggered after the current position in the Recordset has changed.
Note: Before this event returns, set the status parameter to adStatusUnwantedEvent to prevent subsequent notifications.
Note: The WillMove event or MoveComplete event may occur when calling one of the following Recordset method: Open, Move, MoveFirst, MoveLast, MoveNext, MovePrevious, AddNew, and Requery. These events may also occur because of the following properties: Filter, Index, Bookmark, AbsolutePage, and AbsolutePosition.
|reason||An EventReasonEnum value that specifies the reason for this event|
|status||An EventStatusEnum value that indicates the status of the execution of the event|
|objErr||The name of an Error object that describes the error if status is set to adStatusErrorsOccurred, otherwise it is not set|
|objRs||The name of the Recordset object that triggered this event|
|adRsnRequery||7||An operation requeried the Recordset|
|adRsnMove||10||An operation moved the record pointer within the Recordset|
|adRsnMoveFirst||12||An operation moved the record pointer to the first record in the Recordset|
|adRsnMoveNext||13||An operation moved the record pointer to the next record in the Recordset|
|adRsnMovePrevious||14||An operation moved the record pointer to the previous record in the Recordset|
|adRsnMoveLast||15||An operation moved the record pointer to the last record in the Recordset|
|adStatusOK||1||The operation that caused the event was successful|
|adStatusErrorsOccurred||2||The operation that caused the event failed|
|adStatusCantDeny||3||The operation that caused the event cannot be cancelled|
|adStatusCancel||4||The operation that caused the event is cancelled|
|adStatusUnwantedEvent||5||Prevents subsequent notifications before the event method has finished executing|
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