1. Help: 2.0 : How can I capture Oracle errors in MS Access 2.0
I am using Oracle as attached tables in Access. Oracle database has
triggers, primary keys, roles, etc related to the tables for different
users. How would I capture oracle error message and display it in a
better way. For example, EMPLOYEE table has EMPLOYEE_ID (number) column
as primary key. If someone tries insert a duplicate in EMPLYEE_ID column
Oracle returns an error, saying unique constraint constraint EMPLOYEE_PK.
My intention is, how can I capture this oracle error in an access form and
display it to the user something like "The EMPLOYEE_ID you entered
<entered_id> already exists, please choose a different EMPLOYEE_ID".
I am sure some of you might have dealt with this problem. I really
appreciate if someone can help me with an idea or direction.
Another example if USER_A has only select privilege on EMPLOYEE. If USER_A
tries to edit a form based on EMPLOYEE table, Access shows a message that
"ODBC Insert failed on Attached table 'EMPLOYEE' " and then
"[Oracle][Oracle ODBC Driver][Oracle OCI]ORA-01031: Insufficient
Privileges.". In stead of these messages is there a way that I can
show a message box to the user like "Your userid <user_id> does not have
sufficient privilege to edit the table EMPLOYEE. Contact your system
administrator for adding new records privilege the EMPLOYEE table".
Thanks in advance
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