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I get this error when trying to access SQL through my VB program.
"[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Cursor concurrency changed"
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This error means that you are trying to update or insert in a dynaset on a table which does not have a primary key or unique index defined. Try defining a primary key or unique index on one or more of the table fields.
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