I would like to use an ADODB.RecordSet object to temporarily store some data
and then iterate through it. Actually it needs to be a RecordSet only
because it is a perfect choice as data structure for what I want to do, I
don't want to actually run queries or update tables with it.
It seems to me, however, that the RecordSet works only if there's a query
behind it. ADO complains about the RecordSet not being open when I try to
add rows by the AddNew function, or try to add fields to it.
Is there a way to use ...