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Run-tume error '3027'

Posted on 1998-03-12
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Hi,

I have a run-time error '3027' while I intended tp update, edit a data from Oracle.  The message says "Can't update.  Database or objects is read only."  By the way, I am using VB as a front-end, and Oracle as a back-end.

Can someone help?  Thanks in advance.
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by:DQ
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this error sometimes caused by:
1) Open recordset as Snapshot (this is read only, can't be     update).
   
    Try open recordset as Dynaset or Table.

2) Set DbReadonly  or DbDenyWrite option to true when you         open Database.

    Try set the option to DBAppendOnly(For add only) or
    egnore this option
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by:htay
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Thanks
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Thanks
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by:Dalin
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DQ, You should lock the question, since htay seemed to be happy with your answer.

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You are welcome.
Good luck
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by:htay
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By the way, do you know any good book talks between VB and Oracle?

Thanks!


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by:DQ
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I am not sure if there is a book epscifically for the two.
How ever, any Vb database book will talk about ODBC, RDO in general.
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