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This Operations Requires An Updateable Query

Updateable query rules
Is there some site that publishes rules for making and updateable query? I sometimes get the not updateable situation when there seems to be no logic for it-very frustrating


Update Query, Operation Must Use Updateable Query
I've created an update query that pulls information from a source that I do not have write permissions to. It then updates a table with a portion of this information (MAX of a field). I get an error that "Operation must use an updateable query." The table is updateable and I'm not going to get write permissions on this table. What is the best practices method around this


recordset not updateable
Are only simple select query recordsets updateable?

When I create a form based on a query with even a simple join it wont let me update the recordset.

Is this always the case?


Must use and updateable query error
I get 'Must use and updateable query' error when running the script. The script above is about as updateable as you can get...


Query Not Updateable
I have a Query based off a table that is not allowing me to update “Record set is not updateable”

Details
Within the query I’m using the “Totals” function to segregate my data. This seems to be my issue, because once I remove this “Totals” it allow me to change my data. Is there a way around this issue?


Calling query SQL from VBA - Error 3326, Not Updateable
I am trying something new in my database in that I would like to call ALL or at least most of my queries from VBA. I have managed to test that out with my first query successfully, however I get the error 3326 - this record is not updateable when I use the code. In the current state the user would need to End or Debug, which I would like to suppress if possible. Is there a problem with calling SQL code from VBA that can't be updated? It seems to me just a normal result of some query structures.


Operation must use an updateable query
I receive the following error message when trying to save changes i made to database: microsoft ole db provider for odbc drivers error '80004005' [microsoft][odbc microsoft access driver] operation must use an updateable query. /tablename_edit.asp, line xxx


updateable query with max()
I'm having a problem with a query. I'll try to condense it to the basics.

There's a table A with following fields
ID (autonumber, unique)
Selected (boolean)
Notes (text)

and a table B with following fields
ID (integer, not-unique)
score (integer)

The tables need to be joined on their ID fields; all records from A need to be shown, from table B the maximum score needs to be sought for each given ID.

[CODE]

However, this query is not updatable, and therefore not usable for the application I have in mind. Is there a way to create a similar query in which (at least) the Selected field *is* updateable?


Operation must use an updateable query - in Access 2003
I have a legacy query that used to work in Access 2000 fine. After installation of Access 2003 (now I have both 2000 and 2003), I started getting this message - "Operation must use an updateable query".

I found a link to an article that explains this "improvement" - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/904953/en-us, but I still have Access 2000 and the query would not work there too


This Recordset Is Not Updateable
I have a query created from 2 linked tables (see attached screen dump). If I create a new record I can fill in the fields from the tblPatients but not those form tblPlanningList. I went through Roger's Access Blog which was very helpful and I found that following his solution no.5 under Recordsets Are Updateable Under Certain Conditions does indeed work.

That is, if I complete the fields from the first table, then save, it then allows me to completed the fields from the second table. Is there anyway to make this automatic


Recordset not updateable
I have a "Make-table" query, based of the source table being a linked Excel spreadsheet, which I know are read-only, and therefore I think is the reason I am getting an error in code "Recordset is not updateable" when attempting to open a 'Hyperlink' field in the destination table.

From reading, it seems I need to make the query properties set to "Inconsistent updates" somewhere.


Non Updateable Form Trouble
I have a form that is driven from a query. The query just had one table and two of the fields were facility id and unit id stored as numbers with the actual descriptive value stored in a lookup table.

My first thought was to link the Unit and Facility table in the query that was driving the form, but that made the form non updatable.

I need to show the actual values of facility and unit that are in the lookup tables on my form without adding any joins to the query because I need it to remain updateable.


This Recordset Is Not Updateable
I have two tables on a MySQL backend linked through ODBC and a form and a query on the frontend (ACCESS). The query is set up to show both tables, linked through the phone numbers on each table and then the fields added to the query so they link on the form.

I have done this multiple times with other forms, queries and tables in the same database and all have worked correctly. But for some reason this form this time, while setting it up the same way, when I open the form, and go to edit the data on the form, which goes through the query and then to the linked ODBC tables, I can't edit anything on the form and it says "This Recordset Is Not Updateable" in the lower left hand corner of ACCESS.


Export Access Database Table To Excel 2010
Carrying out different operations in Access is not that easy, as RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) requires specific syntax & constraints to be followed. Thus, exporting an Access database table to Excel spreadsheet undoubtedly opens more options for performing different operations over data. Access 2010 lets user export database table promptly to Excel spreadsheet for analyzing database with feature & functionality that Excel contains.


updateable query with max()
I'm having a problem with a query. I'll try to condense it to the basics.There's a table A with following fields

ID (autonumber, unique)
Selected (boolean)
Notes (text)

and a table B with following fields
ID (integer, not-unique) score (integer)

The tables need to be joined on their ID fields; all records from A need to be shown, from table B the maximum score needs to be sought for each given ID.On its face this is not a very difficult query; right now I've solved it with

SELECT A.ID, A.Selected, A.Notes, C.MaxOfScore
FROM A LEFT JOIN
(SELECT ID, Max(Score) AS MaxOfScore
FROM B
GROUP BY ID) AS C
ON A.ID = C.ID

However, this query is not updatable, and therefore not usable for the application I have in mind.
Is there a way to create a similar query in which (at least) the Selected field *is* updateable?


this recordset is not updateable
I have an sql query but when I try to edit anything, I get the message "the recordset is not updateable". why is that?

I have 2 tables: family 1---->oo members

and this is the query.

SELECT DISTINCT family.id, family.surname, family.city, family.phone
FROM family INNER JOIN members ON family.id=members.id
WHERE (((family.phone) In (SELECT [phone] FROM [family] As Tmp GROUP BY [phone] HAVING Count (*)>1) And (family.phone)<&gt


Update Select: Operation Must Use an Updateable Query
Can someone please help with the following query/error:

update EXCEL_IEMATRIX_NULLS set EXCEL_IEMATRIX_NULLS.pyld_id = (select PYLD.pyld_id from PYLD inner join EXCEL_IEMATRIX_NULLS on PYLD.pyld=EXCEL_IEMATRIX_NULLS.pyld);

Operation must use an updateable query


Update Select Operation Must Use an Updateable Query
Can someone please help with the following query/error:

update EXCEL_IEMATRIX_NULLS set EXCEL_IEMATRIX_NULLS.pyld_id = (select PYLD.pyld_id from PYLD inner join EXCEL_IEMATRIX_NULLS on PYLD.pyld=EXCEL_IEMATRIX_NULLS.pyld);

Operation must use an updateable query


Must use updateable query
My select query

SELECT stu_assn.DC_ID, stu_assn.[Occ_ID], Count(stu_assn.[Occ_ID]) AS CountOfOcc_ID FROM (stu_assn INNER JOIN Dept_Cont ON stu_assn.DC_ID = Dept_Cont.DC_ID) INNER JOIN Local_Vars ON Dept_Cont.Aid_Year = Local_Vars.Aid_Year WHERE (([dept_cont].[aid_year]=[local_vars].[aid_year])) GROUP BY stu_assn.DC_ID, stu_assn.[Occ_ID];

Then I try making an update query, where it takes the count field from the select query, and inputs it into a table conditioned by the other two fields in the query (DC_ID & OCC_ID) equaling two fields in my new table.

When I do this I get an error stating that I must use an updateable query


Recordset Update Issues
I have a button that filters a form filled with dates from two tables.

It filters the Season to Seasons and the DevCode to DevCodeA and pulls the marketingname from the current form for display.

The dates pulled from the first table are set and do not change (except from the table by a manager) the dates from the second table need to be updateable as they are "actual" dates.

Name | Set Date | Entered Date
Milestone | Mgr Set | Actual Date

Right now nothing is updateable. I am getting a recordset not updateable error.
I check both date tables and they both have primary key fields (autonumber) and all of the other fields are not indexed.

Is it something to do with the filtering?