ms access 2010 update linked table with no primary key
My sql 2008 linked query data has no primary key column - because I need to bulk update duplicate rows (that are duplicate in 2 or more columns). When I link the query (I have it as a sql view for now) - the records load in the form ok. Is there a way to override the form to alow me to edit the data in the textboxes and then click a button to run the custom code to update the linked database tables? Hope that makes sense. thanks, KS
You can write custom code to update rows in a linked table, the absence of a primary key should not be a problem as long as you can identify the rows you wish to update. currentdb.execute "UPDATE LinkedTable SET thisField='Yes' WHERE conditionsThatIdentifyTheRows"
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