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Some values may have been changed since it was last read." Are both of these errors connected? Open str Sql, SQLCON, ad Open Dynamic, ad Lock Optimistic If (Not obj Rs.
or is there any way i can get rid of this error The Code is somethng like this Set obj Rs = New ADODB.
Daniel Wischnewski – Basically, this is a note to myself, but it may help you anyway. Creating a little more complex query today, I got the error message "Insufficient key column information for updating or refreshing" when trying to apply changes to the data set.
On one form I have a datagrid control with an ADO recordset as its data source the code is as follows: - Dim Rs As ADODB. However, when I edit the text within a cell and then cause the update event to fire I get the following message and the update does not occur: - Insufficient base table information for updating or refreshing Can anyone advise me of the cause of this message and how to fix the problem?
Here we go: I have created an app in delphi, which connects with the following connection string: Provider=IBMDADB2.1; Password=****; Persist Security Info=True; User ID=USERNAME; Data Source=SMARTMUN; Location=SERVER; Mode=Read Write Connection works fine...
I have an ADO dataset on one of my forms, but when I try increment an integer value, I get the error: "Insufficient base table information for updating or refreshing" My table has about 100 records, 2 columns(Var Char[Primary Key] and integer).
Having migrated pg Admin and some of my other apps to ADO from DAO, I am nowgetting an "Insufficient base table information for updating or refreshing"error under certain circumstances when trying to edit a recordset.My firstexperiments with ADO had a similar problem which Byron fixed - I believe ADOwas requesting extended info that the driver couldn't supply.The current problem occurs when an update, add or delete is attemped, ifthe ADO command type is text (eg. Source = "SELECT * From received ORDER BY received. What's funny is that some tables from the same MDB can be updated and some can't. Is there, at you opinion, a problem when opening several tables from the same MDB, with a connection for each table?
I open the recordset in I am getting "Insufficient base table information for updating or refreshing" Error some times. I tried to recreate this error condition on my local system by Deleteing/Updating the Reocrds from the table and even locking the table.