ASP RecordSet output to a .CSV textfile

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by Matt Massie, Oct 26, 2003.

  1. Matt Massie

    Matt Massie Guest

    After I've performed a query and held the data in a RecordSet (rsQuery), can
    I dump the recordset into a comma separated text file? How?

    Matt Massie
    Matt Massie, Oct 26, 2003
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  2. Bob Barrows

    Bob Barrows Guest

    Matt Massie wrote:
    > After I've performed a query and held the data in a RecordSet
    > (rsQuery), can I dump the recordset into a comma separated text file?
    > How?

    Already answered in .asp.db.

    Hey Matt,
    The .asp.db newsgroup was the appropriate newsgroup for this question: it
    was database-related, and it was asp-related - a great fit for .asp.db. You
    did not have to post it here as well. Most of the experts in this group also
    subscribe to that group as well, and it can be annoying to have to read the
    same question multiple times. In addition, by posting the same question
    separately in these newsgroups, you created a "multipost". This is bad
    because users in one group cannot see replies to the question from the other
    group. This could cause somebody to waste his time answering a question that
    has already been answered in the other group, which will certainly be
    annoying, and may cause the person who wasted his time to put you on Ignore.
    Who knows, this person may be the only person in the newsgroups who knows
    the answer to your next question, and you're never going to receive his

    The best policy is, post your question to one appropriate newsgroup. If
    you've posted it in the wrong place, someone will let you know, and
    hopefully will be polite enough to suggest a more appropriate newsgroup. If
    you can't decide which of several newsgroups is the most appropriate, use
    the cross-posting technique: put the names of the newsgroups into the To
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    is that extra bandwidth will be used as a result, so always strive to keep
    the number of cross-posted groups to a minimum.


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    Bob Barrows, Oct 26, 2003
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