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Err: Read ID not an index in this table

Posted on 2004-08-14
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Hi,
I'm getting an error message and I've checked to make sure that the field is the primary index in the table.  VB code is rstReads.Index = "ReadID".  The procedure reassigns 'reads' to different readers and uses the read id to determine who the 'read' is currently assigned to.  Need fast answer as to what else could be causing this error.  500 points due to urgency.  Thanks.
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by:peterpuscas
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Hi Elcruzii,

it worked for me ,
I've got the error message only if I didn't had the right index.

can you give more details (more of your vb code) or send me the mdb at marian.puscas@sympatico.ca

Peter
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ahmedbahgat earned 500 total points
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try to compact and compile the db, also check for any missing references

cheers
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