This Operations Requires An Updateable Query
One table is "mine", and it is linked from FE to BE (FE is on my "personal" network drive, BE is on a shared network drive). That table is 30accounts. The other table in the query is just a link odbc view to my company's data warehouse.
I'm wanting to run an update query every day, and just catch records that have a CLOSE_CODE of "1", (in data warehouse), and have a Null value for UserNotified and PaidOff (in my table), and update those records in my table.
I get an error about needing an updateable query. But I'm not trying to update a field in the data warehouse table ?
UPDATE 30accounts INNER JOIN DWVIEWSPROD_V_PORTFOLIO_CURRENT ON [30accounts].Account = DWVIEWSPROD_V_PORTFOLIO_CURRENT.ACCOUNT_NUMBER SET [30accounts].PaidOff = "Yes", [30accounts].UserNotified = "Yes-" & Now()
WHERE ((([30accounts].PaidOff) Is Null) AND (([30accounts].UserNotified) Is Null) AND ((DWVIEWSPROD_V_PORTFOLIO_CURRENT.CLOSE
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ID (autonumber, unique)
and a table B with following fields
ID (integer, not-unique)
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