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    Modifying Access Record (2000)

    Edited by HansV to crop extremely large screenshot to the very small relevant area. PLEASE don't post images larger than 640x480

    Hi,

    I am currently investigating migrating from an Access Backend to a SQL 2005 backend.

    I have relinked the table and after creating a a new record in this particular form, go back to later some of the information. Upon wanting to leave the record and go to another form I get the attached screenshot and there is no option to save the current state.

    How do I get round this?
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    Luke

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    Re: Modifying Access Record (2000)

    Do you use DAO or ADO to create or edit a record in a recordset?

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    Re: Modifying Access Record (2000)

    No, did not use DAO or ADO to create the record.

    Did not use it to alter the record either.

    Obviously I think further reading or pointers are required on this. Any suggestions?
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    Re: Modifying Access Record (2000)

    I'd add a field of type TIMESTAMP to each SQL Server table. You'll have to do this in SQL Server itself.
    Note: You don't have to include this field in your queries.

    Also make sure that each table has a primary key.

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    Re: Modifying Access Record (2000)

    Thanks for that, worked a treat!
    Best Regards,

    Luke

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