Write Conflict

Write Conflict

Post by Alan Densk » Tue, 23 May 2000 04:00:00

I'm running an Access 97 front end with SQL Svr 7 back end.  I access the
back end using ODBC.  I'm using MDAC GA.

I have a varchar field of 255 characters.  I have a bound form with bound
fields.  When I return to a record and type into this field, I get a "Write
Conflict" error.  "This record has been changed by another user. . . "  To
make matters worse, the "Save Record" button is disabled.

I get the same error on other fields at times, but am able to click the "OK"
button and continue past the error to save the new changes.

Does anybody have any ideas on how to eliminate this problem?  There are no
other users making changes.  Access only thinks there is.

Thank You!
Alan B. Densky


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