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Query is too complex

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Hi,

I'm using the querybuilder when updating a record in a table (Access).
However, I get a "Query is too complex" message.

The Primary key is autonumbered.
Why is it making such a complex update query string in stead of using the
primary key?

Thanks in advance,
Ben
Nov 18 '05 #1
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can you give an example?

Also i think that maybe this would be better posted on one of the sql
groups.
"Ben de Vette" <Be****************@profiler.nl> wrote in message
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Hi,

I'm using the querybuilder when updating a record in a table (Access).
However, I get a "Query is too complex" message.

The Primary key is autonumbered.
Why is it making such a complex update query string in stead of using the
primary key?

Thanks in advance,
Ben

Nov 18 '05 #2

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Darren,

you are right it concerns a SQL statement, but in this case it is the
querybuilder making a very complex sql statement while it can use the
primary key to select the Record.

With kind recards,
Ben
"Darren Clark" <dc******@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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can you give an example?

Also i think that maybe this would be better posted on one of the sql
groups.
"Ben de Vette" <Be****************@profiler.nl> wrote in message
news:10*************@corp.supernews.com...
Hi,

I'm using the querybuilder when updating a record in a table (Access).
However, I get a "Query is too complex" message.

The Primary key is autonumbered.
Why is it making such a complex update query string in stead of using the primary key?

Thanks in advance,
Ben


Nov 18 '05 #3

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