Insufficient key column for updating or refreshing
When I do so I get "insufficient key column information for updating or refreshing" If I set the dataset to active = false and turn it on again that works fine but I really don't want to do that. I just need to refresh it so that a couple of the columns are updated with new numbers. Is there a way to use TBetter Ado here that would solve my problem? "Insufficient base table information for updating or refre" Ado Query: object q Campanha: TADOQuery Connection = dm Wytron Dir Cursor Type = ct Static Param Check = False Parameters = 0' ' ') Left = 176 Top = 208 end ADO Connection: object cnt Wytron Dir: TADOConnection Connected = True Connection String = 'Provider=MSDASQL.1; Password=Dragon Ball65; Persist Security Info=T' 'rue; Data Source=Camp Atual' Login Prompt = False Mode = cm Read Write Left = 16 Top = 20 end Could somebody help me again? PP Hi, I think I am dealing with a bug in the ADO technology. Keith Hello, I use the following versions: Delhi 6 Access 2000 db If I'm using the table with the following settings everything works fine: locktype = lt Optimistic; cursorlocation = cl Client; cursortype = ct Static; but when i'm try to set the table readonly (or set locktype to lt Readonly) then i get the message on all db actions: "Insufficient base table information for updating or refreshing" can anyone please help me on this one? Joost what is this error on ADO Query when I try to refresh...
There are a couple of instances on this form where I need to refresh the dataset.
In Impala 3.3 and Kudu 1.10, Kudu is integrated with Hive Metastore (HMS), and from Impala, you can create, update, delete, and query the tables in the Kudu services integrated with HMS.
See Using Kudu with Impala for information on using Kudu tables in Impala.
I have two tables using a join that return the result set I want of appts to be displayed in a calendar. Appt Index Whenever I try to delete an appt from the Appts table I get the infamous, "Insufficient key column information for updating or deleting".
The tables are as such; Appts Appts Index int NOT_NULL IDENTITY PRIMARY KEY .... Emp Appts Emp Appts Index int NOT_NULL IDENTITY PRIMARY KEY Appts Index int NOT_NULL The relationship I created was; Appts. This is the code for the stored procedure that gets called to supply the recordset.
Total number of bounds specified: 'value' do not match the buckets value: 'value' for column 'string'.