Removes all of the objects in a collection.
The collection placeholder represents an Errors collection whose objects you want to remove.
Use the Clear method on the Errors collection to remove all existing Error objects from the collection. When an error occurs, ADO automatically clears the Errors collection and fills it with Error objects based on the new error. However, some properties and methods return warnings that appear as Error objects in the Errors collection but do not halt a program's execution. Before you call the Delete, Resync, UpdateBatch, or CancelBatch methods on a Recordset object or before you set the Filter property on a Recordset object, call the Clear method on the Errors collection so that you can read the Count property of the Errors collection to test for returned warnings as a result of these specific calls.
CancelBatch, Delete, Filter, Resync, UpdateBatch
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