\r\nThis is my first post to this brilliant board.
\r\nI\'ve a question which is for a long time in my head, and right now i remembered this topic and asked myself if here would be somebody who can help me, or has an idea.
\r\nFollowing situation is given:
\r\nI filled an ADO-recordset with some data.
\r\nThis has been done \'on-the-fly\' by some codes. So the data is not existing in any database. It\'s only in my recordset.
\r\nNow i want to use a SQL-Statement to query this data.
\r\nOne solution i found was that i stored this data in a access-mdb-table and then i could query it.
\r\nBut this solution caused that i must create files during runtime, what i don\'t like.
\r\nI want to have it just \'in-memory\'.
\r\nWhy i need a SQL-Statment?
\r\nFor example for grouping the result and having flexible possibilities.
\r\nIs there a possibility for this?