Bi-dimensional array in Excel

piero1975

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I'm trying ti use a bi-dimensional array to retrive data in my Excel workbook from a Oracle fetch curosor.

The part of code interested is

COLNUM = 0
riga = 0
'rpt is the cursor

fldcount = RPT.FIELDS.Count

ReDim flds(0 To rpt.RecordCount - 1, 0 To fldcount)
For riga = 0 To RPT.RecordCount - 1
For COLNUM = 0 To fldcount - 1
Set flds(riga, colnum) = RPT(colnum)
Next colnum
RPT.DBMOVENEXT
Next riga
RPT.Close
Set RPT = Nothing

It works.....except that in my array I can find ONLY the last record fetched...
So I've several thousand of equal records....

Where I'm making a mistake?
Can you help me?
:oops:
 

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