I've been working on this for a while now, and I'm getting a little frustrated with what I think is probably a simple thing to implement.
But I'm on my first Thing Worx project and don't have a lot of "real-world" experience with the product.
I generally don't update datasets in the client on VB (I prefer to issue a sql update statement) but in that app I simply made it a practice to always include the primary key in any dataset that was being updated.
There's a reason it's happening and a way to fix it.
These would be based on different underlying rows in the DB but there wasn't enough information loaded into the dataset to ensure uniqueness.
Can anyone help as I cannot get it to display multiple lines of an order and allow each one to be manipulated separately; also I am trying to get it to look like ACT! How can I call a canned visual basic program from Lab VIEW 6.1 and 7.1I have a Visual Basic program written by the temperature controller vendor.
whereby everything is run from one main form what is they best way to do this so that it will store relevant fields that need to be displayed on different frames and also look decent. I wish to use it to control the enviornmental chambers.
I'm not talking about identifying the entity that the record represents.
I'm talking about identifying the record itself within the database.
I am considering purchasing Visual Basic 2003 Standard Editon to do some development work with Web Forms and I need to know whether this edit will allow me to update an Access database (mdb) file. Hi SQL fans, I realized that I often encounter the same situation in a relation database context, where I really don't know what to do.
I already have a database which is updated through an Access front-end, I want to update the database through web forms, is this possible? Here is an example, where I have 2 tables as follow: ________________________ __________________ | Portfolio Title | | Portfolio | ---------------------------------------- ----------------------------- | tfolio_id (int) | | folio_id (int) | >...
I've run into the same thing, and it seems like the data is being held in cache (or something) and it won't update it because the column values have changed.