Check if SQL field item is Null

mikeymay

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I tried to use
Code:
If rs.Fields.Item(intFields) = Null Then
to check if a field in a record is 'Null' but the it doesn't seem to recognise the 'Null' value in the record and returns the code as false.

Is there another way of checking this?
 

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mikeymay

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  1. Windows
If IsNull(rs.Fields.Item(intFields)) Then

sOLVED!!!
 
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