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Prove Your Case and Win a Buck!

By Sean Burke,

I came across this problem article on TechNet, and couldn't help but be amused.  Forgive my superiority complex (I think I have good Kung-Fu, therefore I do...), but I'll PayPal you a buck if you can convince me that you have a good reason for your database design to be the victim of this "by design" ADO delete method issue. I don't think that you can, but I'm willing to listen and learn.  Here's the TechNet article number: Q294850.  I've budgeted five dollars, and I plan to keep them all - just to be clear, that means a limit of five people can take my money and win a place in history.  Contest ends July 4, 2001.

Read the article carefully, paying close attention to ALL of the requirements for this to be a problem.

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