This event happens when the ADO Data Control's own internal data navigation
and manipulation routines encounter a runtime error.
If the user clicks one of the ADO Data Control's navigation buttons
and Visual Basic attempts to move to a record that has already been deleted, for instance,
a runtime error could happen.
Because none of your code will be running when the user clicks the Data Control,
you must put error-handling code for such eventualities in the ADO Data Control's Error event
The Error event's parameters help you to get information about the source
and nature of the error that has fired this event. The final parameter also enables you
to decide whether to allow VB to show an automatic error message to the user.
The parameters are as follows:
ErrorNumber The internal error number.
Description Error description string.
Scode A native error code number from the data server.
Source A String indicating where this error occurred.
Helpfile Path and name of a help file containing information
about this error (supplied by the object that raised this error).
HelpContext A Help topic context number for the Helpfile (supplied
by the object that raised this error).
fCancelDisplay Set this parameter to True to keep VB from
displaying an automatic error message to the user.