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you said you want to update row but updated_row_count returned was 0 (as there was nothing to update).
This occurs since first option in DSN config ("Return Matching Rows") is not checked even we say clearly it should be in manual.
The only way around this that I've found is to create a menu form which calls either the Maintenance form (where the record deletion code lives) or a Compact Database form (where the Compaction code goes).
In order to ensure that no one deletes records without compacting the database, I then put a command in the unload code of frm Maint which disables the "cancel" button on the menu, so that the only way back to the main menu was to go thru the compaction process.
As a second point, note that the Compact Database code requires that you specify a target file for the compacted database--this target can't be an existing file so it can't be the source database.
If you want the finished product to have the same name as the input product, you'll need to delete the old one and then move the temporary (compacted) file to the original filename, like this: Just a closure post on this thread to thank all who responded, especially Matt (cocheez) who bailed me out big time here.
The error occurs will editing a record in a grid , if the user creates a new record moves onto the next record and at some point decides to come back the the first record , if any values are changed on the post the user will recive a error "Row cannot be located for updating , some values may have changed" .
The strange thing is this only happens on the two users machines , if they log onto another machine with there username & password they dont recieve this error .
Some values may have been changed since it was last read."This is a lot like the behavior described in MS bulletin Q300586, except that it doesn't seem to matter whether there's a default value in a numeric index field or not. Alternatively, if I could cycle thru my delete list and simply say "DELETE FROM [data table] WHERE Document = Doc" where Doc is a string variable read from my delete list, this would also be great. Refresh Loop End With The reason why you are getting the error is because on the last record which isn't end of file, you are deleting it, then trying to move to the next record which can't be done because it is now end of file. I get this error after delete of *every* line in the list, not just the last one.
Description: When I try to update a record but there are no changes in the record the update fails with the following error text: "Row cannot be located for updating. Update() End With If the information in the database is the same as what's in the update then the error occurs. If you are able to provide the information that was originally requested, please do so and change the status of the bug back to "Open". Left on it's own, *Access* forms rather insane update queries depending on *all* fields values, timestamps and who knows what.
Some values may have been changed since it was last read." As far as I can see there are two work-arounds: 1. First check if there are changes in the record How to repeat: rs. Conn, Cursor Type Open Keyset, Lock Type Lock Pessimistic) With rs . Same problem here, My SQL ODBC Driver 5.1 Access 2007, vba code .update doesn't work when the value is already in the table. Please try to tell Access how to form UPDATE queries as described above: rs Customers. Value = ad Criteria Key and catch any error it might throw.
Refresh Loop End With At the point of "Move Next," VB crashes with the error: "Run-time error '-2147217864 (80040e38): Row cannot be located for updating. Ideally, I'd love to execute a single statement which says "DELETE FROM [my data table] WHERE Document IN [a datagrid of doc numbers I already queried]" but I can't find enough documentation to tell me how to do this. EOF I'm gonna try Matt's suggestion in a minute, but bdavis96's suggestion is not correct.
I found in some VB documentation that you could run a SQL delete statement ("DELETE FROM [table] WHERE. "), but I could find no instructions on how to execute such a statement from within a VB routine.
Requery Loop End With Problem is, this requires a write and then reopen of the table every time and is horribly slow for a large number of records.