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Error when updating Sybase ASA 8.0.1 db

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I get the following error when I try to update a SQL AnyWHere Studio 8.0.1 table:
'Insufficient base table information for updating or refreshing.'

I installed the Data components 2.7, but the bug persist.

Anyone can help?
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by:hes
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Are you using the Data Environment, If so try changing the command object from Table to SQL Query under Source of Data in the Properties dialog box for the command object.
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by:jeanfrancoismelancon
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Yes, I'm using the Data Environment... I tried changing to SQL Query and I tried to change the cursor position to server side... but neither worked.

Can anyone make it work with Sybase ASA 8.0?
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by:Éric Moreau
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Does your command includes the Primary key into the retreived fields?
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by:jeanfrancoismelancon
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What I do is: In my form I have only 3-4 fields that I am linking to the Data Environment via DataSource, DataMember and DataField. And on my command (button_Click) I do:

myDataEnvironment.rscmdCustomer.Update

And then I get the error message.
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by:Éric Moreau
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and do you have the primary key in your command?
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Yes, all of my fields are in my command object (cmdCustomer)
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by:Éric Moreau
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and does your table has a primary key?
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by:jeanfrancoismelancon
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Yes it as a primary key
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by:Éric Moreau
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What is the query in your command?
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SELECT * FROM DBA.tblCustomer
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Have you made the test using a simple ADODC or a simple recordset?
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