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Unique table and deleting a join recordset

Posted on 2002-04-25
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Hi;
In VB6. I've an ADO recordset which its recordsource is like this:
Select *.Document , AccountName.Accounts From Documents Left Join Accounts
On Document.AccountID=Account.AccountID
 How can I delete a record in document without deleting its AccountID in
Accounts?
I heard about Unique Table but I don't know how it works.
My data base is Access, I did something like this:
 ADOdc1.Recordset.Properties("Unique Catalog") = strDBFileName
 ADOdc1.Recordset.Properties("Unique Table") = "Document"
but after deleting a record I get this:"unique table is nonexistent or not
completely specified."
What's wrong here?
Thanks in advance

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Question by:nima
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by:tbsgadi
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Hi Nema
Try
DELETE * FROM Documents
WHERE ((([Documents].AccountID)=99));

99 being the recordid you wish to delete
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by:nima
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Thanks! I know that. It was an example, I've to do it using this properties.Anything else?
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