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Opening and closing of Queries in VBA

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RE: Access 2003

I have this line that runs a query..poretty simple.......
DoCmd.OpenQuery "MyQuery", acViewNormal, acEdit

After the above line runs, is it necessary to explicitly close the
query?
DoCmd.Close acQuery, "MyQuery"

After the OpenQuery statement runs, does Access close and destroy the
query object from memory?

I'm also looking for a good website that has in-depth information about
the internals of Access where recommendations on coding practices would
ensure good memory management. Does anyone know of one?

Thanks...

May 24 '06 #1
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Shouldn't stay in memory - you're not creating a reference to it or
anything, eg.

dim qdf as querydef
set qdf=currentdb.querydefs("SomeQuery")
....

May 25 '06 #2

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