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Posted on 2003-11-25
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dear all,
can anyone tell me why every time after i open any report then my ado  become read only mode..

top urgent!!!

my report procedure:

  With CrsRpt
      .ReportFileName = App.Path & "\Report\1.rpt"
      .PrintFileODBCSource = GV_ODBC$
      .PrintFileODBCTable = "mytablename"
      .ParameterFields(0) = "CompanyName;" & GV_COMP$ & ";true"
      .ParameterFields(1) = "UserName;" & GV_USER$ & ";true"
      .Action = 1
end with

after report showing .. all my adodc.recordset become not updateable
eg:
  adodc1.recordset.update

not only my adodc...
i cant even create new database
eg:\
    dba.Execute "Select * into [Temp_table] from " & tblname
   
   runtime error '3027'
cannot update. database or object is read only


thanks
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by:anaadoul
ID: 9816408
i'v run into this trouble before but in ASP
it was solved by the folloing


right click on the database
click the security tab

make it everyone full control


hope it works

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by:delphikit
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hi anaadoul,
thanks for reply...

i am using DBF table...and Crystal report 8.5 with VB6
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by:Sethi
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This is because you are passing the name of the table as record source to the report and the report is holding the table and would not allow and editing options on that table. There are two ways to workaround this problem:
1. Use recordset as a source to the report
2. Set the report variable to nothing before making any changes to the respective table.
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by:delphikit
ID: 9816554
dear Sethi,
i cannt understand your anwser...
can u give me some example...


thanks
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by:delphikit
ID: 9816610
dear all,
my ODBC connect was

z$ = "ODBC;DATABASE=" & GV_ODBC$ & ";UID="";PWD="";DSN=" & GV_ODBC$

GV_ODBC is DSN name

dont know why ,... after opening report... all my table locked...

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by:Sethi
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What Reporting tool and Database are you using and are you comfortable with ADO?
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by:delphikit
ID: 9816648
dear all,
i'm using crystalReport compoment, and DBF table,....
i am do updating, insert and delete mode with Ado b4 i open any report...
but once i open report, all the DBF table locked...

using crystalReport 8.5

thanks
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by:Sethi
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Sorry, no idea about DBF. I assumed Access as your backend
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by:delphikit
ID: 9817606
dear all,
anyone can slove my problem? top urgent
i willing to give more points

thanks

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by:anaadoul
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what happens after you close the report is the table still locked?


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by:delphikit
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dear all
thanks for everything..

problem solved... cos of ODBC driver
  before =  "driver of Microsoft dbase (*.dbf)

should use "Microsoft FoxPro VFP driver (*.dbf)

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