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Data entry on form based on a many-to-one-to-many relationship query

Hello Readers,

I am trying to update data on a form that is based on a query having a
many-to-one-to-many relationship. I found this exciting link that
seemed to have the solution for me:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=304473

I referred to the part in it that says:

Query based on three or more tables in which there is a
many-to-one-to-many relationship:
"Though you can't update the data in the query directly, you can
update the data in a form or data access page based on the query if
the form's RecordsetType property is set to Dynaset (Inconsistent
Updates)."

I implemented it on the form in question but I am still not allowed
any updates. Any ideas? What more should I be checking for?

Thanks for any help.
Carmela.
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Hi Carmela,

I haven't tried to do what you're doing. I have done similar things by
using a combo box to select data from one of the sides, and using that
select to display editable 1-many data.

I think my tables are one-to-many-to-one, but I would think some way of
breaking the problem into smaller pieces would work..

Jerry

Nov 13 '05 #2
Hi Carmela,

I haven't tried to do what you're doing. I have done similar things by
using a combo box to select data from one of the sides, and using that
select to display editable 1-many data.

I think my tables are one-to-many-to-one, but I would think some way of
breaking the problem into smaller pieces would work..

Jerry

Nov 13 '05 #3
Can anyone help please. I feel there are perhaps dozens of people out
there who have a solution to this problem.

Thank you.
Carmela
Nov 13 '05 #4

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