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VB & SQL Server

VB & SQL Server

VB & SQL Server

I'm having a problem writing to SQL Server from my VB program. In one area, I can write to SQL Server on all but 3 areas, in the other area I can't write to the table at all. Does anyone have any ideas?

RE: VB & SQL Server

Did you check what kind of locking you are using? Make sure its not readonly

RE: VB & SQL Server

I found the problem, I had converted a Access Database to SQL Server and its datatypes were different from Access's so when I tried to update... it failed. Would have been easier to track down if VB had not of been giving an error that said that I was writing to a read only file.

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