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Inner Join update querry

Inner Join update querry

(OP)
i have and inner join query that has been working for several years. HOWEVER, 2 OR 3 WEEKS AGO, IT BEGAN GIVING A WRONG SOLUTION TO ONE FIELD. The code is:
DoCmd.SetWarnings (False)
strsql = "UPDATE [Etrade 6473] INNER JOIN Stock_Data ON [Etrade 6473].F1 = Stock_Data.Symbol SET Stock_Data.Current_Val = [Etrade 6473].[f2];"
DoCmd.RunSQL strsql
DoCmd.SetWarnings (True)

All of the records except 1 is updating correctly. These are a list of about 50 Stock prices which I update daily.
I have checked both tables and the one not working is listed correctly.
Is there an error in the code?
Thanks

RE: Inner Join update querry

Paste those record(s) into Excel to see what's going on. Is there a form open to that record so it might be locked?

Duane
Vevey, Switzerland
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP 2001-2016

RE: Inner Join update querry

(OP)
Thank you. That helped to find the error

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