Row cannot be located for updating access 2016

13-Jul-2016 15:42

You can specify that deletes refer to just the Products table and not to Suppliers using the following line of code: When you use batch updates, any changes you make to your records can be made in memory; later, the entire "batch" of changes can be submitted as one operation.

This approach offers some performance benefits, but there are more practical reasons why this technology is a necessity: The user might not be connected to the database at the time they make their updates.

The rowset was using optimistic concurrency and the value of a column has been changed after the containing row was last fetched or resynchronized.

We tried tweaking the update query but still was not able to overcome the error I searched regarding the error and finally managed to get the solution from a forum.

This statement provides a list of orders and the customers that placed those orders.

The BDE considers any SQL join to be read-only because inserting, updating, and deleting rows in a join is ambiguous.

The dataset looks to all intents and purposes as if the data has changed, but the changes have only been made in memory; they have not been applied to the database.

The remote server in this case was My SQL server and we were using ODBC DSNs based connectionstring.

When we try to execute an update statement against the remote server as below The OLE DB provider "MSDASQL" for linked server "MYLINKEDSERVER" could not UPDATE table "[MSDASQL]".

No error occurs, because the update has been applied successfully.

ADO, compared to the BDE, has taken a more practical approach to the problem.

The dataset looks to all intents and purposes as if the data has changed, but the changes have only been made in memory; they have not been applied to the database.The remote server in this case was My SQL server and we were using ODBC DSNs based connectionstring.When we try to execute an update statement against the remote server as below The OLE DB provider "MSDASQL" for linked server "MYLINKEDSERVER" could not UPDATE table "[MSDASQL]".No error occurs, because the update has been applied successfully.ADO, compared to the BDE, has taken a more practical approach to the problem.For example, the Join Data example is built around an ADODataset component that uses the previous SQL join.