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The table does have a primary key called [Order] a varchar(50), butthe identity column is another column called [ID], and [ID] is not theprimary key. trap the error and loop while error until say 5 times and try toupdate like the following:on error goto my Err. Update method I get the error -2147217864 (Rowcannot be located for updating.
The sql statement include all columns:select * from my Table where [order] = '" & (s Order) & "'What chapter and section from David Sceppa's "Programming ADO" bookthat talks about it ? Updatemy Err: NR = 0Do While err.number = -2147217864 And NR Post by fniles I am using VB6 connecting to a SQL Server 2005 database using ADO. Some values may have been changedsince it was last read).
Normally, record values are assigned to textboxes for edit then assign the values back to the fields for updating, is it possible that that causes the error?
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As of second time -Rob, Klaus, as stated in original report (Bug#7160), I will really need ODBC trace from Driver Manager to see what's actually happening. As for error being thrown, it is rather straight forward...
Open "SELECT * FROM Customers", cn NWind, _ ad Open Static, ad Lock Optimistic, ad Cmd Text rs Customers. No feedback was provided for this bug for over a month, so it is being suspended automatically.
The table it tries to update has an Identity column. This is usually due to a lack of a primary key on the table.
Hi all, anybody please help me, I am using VB to access mysql, I keep getting this error 'row cannot be located for updating=2E some values may have been changed since it was last red=2E' when editing a record, the odd thing is I don't get this error when editing other records from the same table=2E this is my connection string "DATABASE=3DDBNAME; Driver=3D; OPTION=3D3; PWD=3Dpassword; PORT=3D3306; SERV ER=3Dserver ip; UID=3Dusername" thanks very much in advance!
The table it tries to update has an Identity column. Post by fniles I am using VB6 connecting to a SQL Server 2005 database using ADO. Some values may have been changedsince it was last read).
I am using Lock Typead Lock Optimistic and cursor Type ad Open Keyset. The table it tries to update has an Identity column. This is usually due to a lack of a primary key on the table.
Hi guys, I am using VB6 SP5, ADO 2.8 and SAPDB 22.214.171.124 I have a table as follows CREATE TABLE "DBA"."TBL_USERS" ( "USERID" Integer NOT NULL, "LOGONID" Varchar (20) ASCII NOT NULL, "USERNAME" Varchar (30) ASCII, "USERSURNAME" Varchar (30) ASCII, "LASTLOGGEDIN" Timestamp, "LASTCHANGED" Timestamp, "ISACTIVE" Smallint, "XPASSWORD" Integer, "CANEDIT" Smallint, "CANSYSADMIN" Smallint, "LOGGEDIN" Smallint, PRIMARY KEY ("USERID") ) I run the following VB code Private Sub Command1_Click() Dim s Sql As String Dim ors As ADODB.
Recordset s Sql = "select userid, username from TBL_USERS where LOGONID = 'ND'" ' get recordset with Lock Type= ad Lock Optimistic, ' Cursor Location= ad Use Client, Cursor Type = ad Open Dynamic Set ors = Open Me ARecordset(go Connection, s Sql) ors! Update Set ors = Nothing End Sub When I run it, I get a "Row cannot be located for updating" error on the o Rs. If I switch the cursor to serverside, I get a SAP error "Syntax error or access violation; -3014 POS(15) Invalid end of SQL statement".
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