Msacces update queries not updating

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You can then use a toolbar or ribbon button to "convert" the query to an UPDATE query, which changes some of the rows in the grid (in particular, you get an Update To: row).

At that point, you have two choices: Tonya, Access tries very hard to make things easy for you. When you create a query, you start out by constructing a SELECT query (using the Query Design View, which shows a grid with rows for Field:, Table:, Criteria: and so on).

The SELECT SQL statement works perfectly fine and I am able to set the counter to 1 but I can't do an UPDATE. I try to use breakpoint but still cannot figure out whats wrong. Also have you used the VS debugger before posting to see if the update line is hit or what happens in details ? SO i decided to try to use yur method but got ERROR when i run the aspx. @Patrice Sc: @Hans_V and Patrice Sc: I am devastated right now... IDri When you've worked this out, please take a minute to reconsider what you want.

Hi, Issue is that you are not executing your update statement. It reinvents a wheel that is created by Microsoft, and it is called Forms Authentication: advanced is to use a membership provider. 2) you can check the value returned by Execute Non Query (if not 1 your where criteria is not correct) 3) also sometimes when working with db files, it does work and appears to be fine but if you don't check the actual file that has been modified, it can give the impression that the file was not updated. I already given alot of details on the very 1st post. OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=|Data Directory|c:\inetpub\wwwroot\MMORPGapi\MMORPG.mdb" But you need to read better.! You assign a SQL Statement to a sql Str string but then you execute cmd which is still a SELECT statement...

For example, suppose that you want to requery the data in a form whenever the form receives the focus.

I have been able to reproduce this behavior with my own login through Xen App, through Remote Desktop, and through v Sphere console, on both Xen App servers where this app resides.

You can then use a toolbar or ribbon button to "convert" the query to an UPDATE query, which changes some of the rows in the grid (in particular, you get an Update To: row).

I am trying to run a simple update query which should obtain a value from a form and update an already existing table. On executing no error message is shown but the table isn't updated with the new value from NI.

Simply use Execute Scalar (see an example in the link above) And the darareader is obly close when counter is 1.

By concatenating the SQL string, your code is vulnarable to SQL injections. NET-with-MS-Access Also, to get one value of one record in a select statement, it is an overkill to use a datareader.

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