I have an ADP project with a major subform as one of about 5 tabs. On one subform in the tab named "Customer File", I have the SQL of the form regularly updating to reflect different records. This form works great and I can update it without any problem. But on another tab, I have a form called "For Sales" where information from an inventory table (tblinv) displays info. However, anytime I go to any record, the query isn't updatable. I've checked the form itself and it is set (like the other one) as an Updatable Snapshot showing up to 10,000 records at a time from the SQL Server datasource.
My understanding is that for a query to be updatable, these are the rules:
The select list can't include a DISTINCT or TOP clause.
The select list can't include an aggregate function.
The select list can't include a calculated value.
The SELECT statement can't include a GROUP BY or HAVING clause.
Here is my SQL that I feed to the form for it to update--in full compliance with the above:
sql = "SELECT tblinv.* FROM tblinv WHERE (tblinv.status='FOR SALE' Or tblinv.status='Available') AND tblinv.InvID=" & i
Am I missing something? Why do I still get the error: "This recordset is not updatable" in the lower left corner of Access when trying to add or edit a field?
Thank you in advance for your help--