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26.1.11.8. Access Returns Another user has modified the record that you have modified While Editing Records

With some programs, this error may occur: Another user has modified the record that you have modified. In most cases, this can be solved by doing one of the following things:

  • Add a primary key for the table if one doesn't exist.

  • Add a timestamp column if one doesn't exist.

  • Only use double float fields. Some programs may fail when they compare single floats.

If these strategies don't help, you should start by making a log file from the ODBC manager (the log you get when requesting logs from ODBCADMIN) and a MyODBC log to help you figure out why things go wrong. For instructions, see Section 26.1.9.7, “Getting an ODBC Trace File”.


 
 
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