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RecordSet update insert error & sql insert syntax error

Hi guys,

I have encountered this error when updating the values to the MS Acess table.
Error : Update on linked table failed. ODBC sql server error Timeout expired. MS Acess is my front end and sql server is my backend server.

This error occured whenever i step through and when it reaches rs.update it jux hangs down there and thereafter it shwn the aforementioned error. I am using the RecordSet properties to add the values. Can I use insert, update or delete in OpenRecordSet properties or just select stat only.

What i wants to achieve is to insert the value (userinput(textboxes), 1st combo box (defined-list), 2nd combo box (corresponding values from 1st combo box), listbox (corresponding values from 2nd combox). But i always get this error

Error : Update / Linked table [TableName' failed
[ODBC error][Sql server]timeout expired. I have been trying to resolve this error but to no avail. If would be very muxh appreciated if someone could provide a feasible solution to reolve the error.

I have set up necessay config for ODBC connection (System or File DSN so as to connect to sql server and config the external source under MS Acess for the linkage of table.

using recordSet. Add

Save command

Dim rs as RecordSet
Dim db as Database

Set rs = RecordSetClone
Set db = CurrentDB
set rs = currentDB.Open.RecordSet("Table Name")
rs!StudentId = Text

AfterUpdate event

Dim rs as Object

Set rs = RecordSet.Clone
rs.FindFirst[SerialCode]= Str(Nz(Me![
If not rs.eof then Me.Bookmark = rs.Bookmark
Me.TextBox.value = ListBox1.Coulmn(0)

If I am using an sql query with the insert stat, hw can this supposedly to be used. syntax. I have tried using

uisng sql insert query

Dim sql as String

sql = "Insert into (table fields) values (fields values from the control) where
Error: sql insert syntax error.
DoCmd.RUNSQL sql (error: insert in linked table failed)
Jan 14 '07 #1
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32,511 Expert Mod 16PB
Please look in this thread and consider adding those items necessary to give an answer.
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I tried to read through this and stopped after the fifth misspelled word made trying to understand a reasonably complex problem even harder.
Please proof-read this yourself before posting if you expect other members to help you.

Jan 14 '07 #2
14,534 Expert Mod 8TB
Please read NeoPa's post. Because I don't know which are errors in the code I am just posting the code as it should be

Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers
  1. Dim db As Database
  2. Dim rs As Recordset
  4.    Set db = CurrentDB
  5.    Set rs = db.OpenRecordset("Table Name")
  6.    rs.AddNew
And this is just the first few lines.

Jan 15 '07 #3

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