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Cannot add or update records

Cannot add or update records

Cannot add or update records

(OP)
I have created an ADP to connect to a MS SQL server however I am unable to add, or update any of the records.
At present to make changes I need to delete the full table and the add in a new one with the changes.
I can add,update & delete fine via the web admin tool supplied but not via ADP. IS there something I am missing or is this how it is.

RE: Cannot add or update records

Not how it is. I can think of a couple possibilities:
1) You do not have rights on SQL server to alter data
2) You do not have a primary key defined on the dbo table

All I ask is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy.

RE: Cannot add or update records

(OP)
Primary key it was!

RE: Cannot add or update records

Right on!
cheers

All I ask is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy.

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