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"insufficient key column information for updating or refreshing"

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I am using a ADO control to retrieve data from 2 tables on SQL Server 7.0. I am displaying the data in the form using code. Using the Recordset.Filter COMMAND I an getting 1(one) record. Later when I want to update 2 fields, I am encountering and error "Insufficient Key column for updating or refreshing."?

Will any one please help me to solve this problem as soon as possible.

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Ryan Chong earned 40 total points
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What is your SQL statement for your RecordSet? Besure you include a Unique Key (Primary key) in your SQL statement.
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Any reason why B is awarded, mvarghese?
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