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Updating data in 4D database

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Does anyone know how to update data in 4D? I am having trouble with this. I
have the connection working and selecting the records works also. When I
want to update or insert is where I am having the problem. I am getting this
error.....

Run-time error '-2147217900 (80040e14)':

[Simba][Simba ODBC Driver]Update Certification set certification.<< ???>>Key
=......

I know key is a reserve word. I put it in [] and still gave me the same
error. Can someone please help?

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Oct 5 '07 #1
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This site is for developing databases in MS Access! You need to find a site
dedicated to 4D database development!

dst393 wrote:
>Does anyone know how to update data in 4D? I am having trouble with this. I
have the connection working and selecting the records works also. When I
want to update or insert is where I am having the problem. I am getting this
error.....

Run-time error '-2147217900 (80040e14)':

[Simba][Simba ODBC Driver]Update Certification set certification.<< ???>>Key
=......

I know key is a reserve word. I put it in [] and still gave me the same
error. Can someone please help?
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Oct 6 '07 #2

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I was using access to retrieve records from the 4D database. It doesn't
matter because I solved that problem.

Linq Adams wrote:
>This site is for developing databases in MS Access! You need to find a site
dedicated to 4D database development!
>>Does anyone know how to update data in 4D? I am having trouble with this. I
have the connection working and selecting the records works also. When I
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>>I know key is a reserve word. I put it in [] and still gave me the same
error. Can someone please help?
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Oct 15 '07 #3

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