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Problem saving records from dataset to interbase

Problem saving records from dataset to interbase

Problem saving records from dataset to interbase

(OP)
Help - When I try to update records to an IB table from my asp.net
application - nothing happens.
If I try the same thing with a winforms app, then it works.  I created 2
more or less identical apps - the only difference is that one is winforms,
and the other asp.net.  Both have a datagrid, data source, bdpdataAdapter
and bdpConnection.  Both apps allow you to edit the datagrid and both have
an update button.  The code in the update button is as follows for both apps
.....

   bdpDataAdapter1.AutoUpdate();
   dataSet1.AcceptChanges();

..... Both apps use the same database connection - and both apps populate
the datagrid with existing records, just the asp refuses to update the
database with modifications or additions.

There must be a reason for this - is there anything you have to do in
addition to an asp.net app to get it to commit records ?  Do I have to use
extra components ?  I arent running both apps at the same time.  I only
wrote the winforms test to prove I could get it to work somewhere.

Thanks in Advance - Andy

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