Ok, I guess a query of the entire table is out of the question,
but I sometimes build a DS array of a dozen fields and 2 to 5K
"rows" - maybe that works for a scrollable result set ???

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On 7/1/13 12:07 PM, Gary Thompson wrote:
Also, I >think< I have seen some references that suggest a way to
specify a result set which does support forward/backward scrolling/positioning.

Right, but if even a fully scrollable, fully live result set begins with a specified key value, then it seems unlikely that it could be scrolled back beyond the record it starts with.

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