Form fields show "#Deleted" after inserting new record

Posted on 2004-03-25
Last Modified: 2006-11-17
I have an Access 2002 front end pointing to SQL Server 2000.

On one continuous form I have, I have a problem when I add a new record and save it by moving to the next one. What happens is that all the fields in the newly added recordchange to "#DELETED"!

If I close the form and open it, the records are there!

Question by:BigJ
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ID: 10683230
have you tried the REQUERY event after the save?

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It turned out to be a bug in Access that relates to indexing in SQL Server...
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Please close the question....
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not sure how, there's no 'close' button... There used to be, a long time ago.
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Post a "question" in CS with a link to this question and ask to delete/refund....

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