Current recordset does not support updating adodb
Instead, it submits multiple queries, often including queries that request all of the rows in a table, and then it combines or filters the data on the client.If the criteria require local processing, even queries that should return only selected rows from a single table can require that all the rows in the table be returned.
This is the type of application created by using the SQL Server Migration Assistant for Office Access.
In an application that uses linked SQL Server tables, two different database engines are at work: the Office Access/Jet database engine that runs on the Office Access client and the SQL Server database engine.
The interaction of these two engines can sometimes yield results that are inferior to those obtained by using only the Jet database engine with native Office Access tables.
In some cases, performance of certain queries degrades to an unacceptable level.
The major cause of query performance degradation is when a query involving very large tables requires that all of the data from one or more tables be downloaded to the client.
Search for current recordset does not support updating adodb:
To enable tracing of all ODBC commands from the Jet database engine: After making this change in the registry, queries submitted to any ODBC data source are logged in a text file named