In Jet, you'd need : Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers DELETE*FROMdbo.SupperSummary Feb 24 '12 #11 reply P: 49 AndyB2 No luck on "DELETE * FROM dbo.SupperSummary", that's what I started with. Feb 24 '12 #12 reply Expert Mod 15k+ P: 29,923 NeoPa AndyB2: Do I need to call a pass-through query a different way? The issue is not related to the WHERE, because I get the same error without a WHERE clause. Furthermore, I only want to delete duplicates that match the contact and state fields, but all other fields in the tables will be different (such as school name). http://codecove.net/microsoft-visual/microsoft-visual-basic-runtime-error-537.html
Now the strange part - if I open the query directly, I can delete the required record with no problem (and it does delete from the correct table). The database is read-only for one of these reasons: You used the OpenDatabase method and opened the database for read-only access. The ODBC connection was no problem. > > Debug stopped at CurrentDb.Execute "DELETE FROM WEB_PROPERTY" > > Would appreciate helps. The only > > > change made was a convertion from Access 97 to Access 2002. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb209767(v=office.12).aspx
Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. please wait ..." > > Text1.SetFocus > > Command0.Enabled = False > > DoEvents > > CurrentDb.Execute "DELETE FROM WEB_PROPERTY" > > CurrentDb.Execute "INSERT INTO WEB_PROPERTY ( PROPERTY_ID, ..., , ..., ssnsunil, Jan 5, 2011 #5 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
This solved the problem you asked. However, ever since the data converted into Access 2002, it gave 'Runtime error 3086:Could not delete linked table...' I found the fact that #3086 stands for 'web query'. Please Wait... Thus, I am gong to ask the person to try it out first to see the result and difference.
FROM > > [INVENTORY - > > > MASTER];" > > > DoEvents > > > Text1.Value = "Done" > > > MsgBox "Done" > > > Command0.Enabled = True > The database was opened for read-only access. I can insert, update and append to this table. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=167968 It ran in the Server as "Delete from SupperSummary".
This tool will scan and diagnose, then repairs, your PC with patent pending technology that fix your windows operating system registry structure. The content you requested has been removed. The only > > > change made was a convertion from Access 97 to Access 2002. Last Jump to page: Thread Display Options Show threads from the...
From my limited memory, this is what I would have expected to see for the linked table within Access. my company Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Could it be a issue of related records? Solution in pass through query had to turn option: Returns Records to "NO".
Feb 24 '12 #13 reply P: 49 AndyB2 dbo_SupperSummary is the table name Access created when I linked to table SupperSummary in the SQL server. his comment is here In a network environment, you do not have write privileges for the database file. This is common error code format used by windows and other windows compatible software and driver vendors. If this needs to be explained, it's extremely complicated working with someone who contradicts themself every other post.
lleeman Replies: 9 Views: 374 Rating0 / 5 Last Post By tonycl69 View Profile View Forum Posts Yesterday, 11:09 PM Open form for new record and add value to text box I used microsoft's directions to point and click a delete query, but I'm getting error 3086 and so can't actually run that query. The database file is defined as read-only in the database server operating system or by your network.
Important You must run the query twice to delete records from both tables. Could not delete from specified tables. (Error 3086) Could not delete from specified tables. Please help! About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts What's New? There's no reason I can see for a Pass-Thru query to be necessary, mind you, but you've still not explained how come post #1 refers to dbo_SupperSummary. Feb 24 '12 #18 reply Expert Mod 15k+ P: 29,923 NeoPa AndyB2: Should I assume from post #13 that I can call, or cannot call the Pass-through query by name? navigate here Anyone who is familar with delete and insert tables through the linked ODBC:Table, please help me.
I haven't attempted 'Sync" yet. In this article Introduction Why am I seeing this error message, and how do I fix it? Column XXXX not in specified tables. (#-206) <--- Please HELP! Ascending Order Descending Order Note: when sorting by date, 'descending order' will show the newest results first.
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