I have 2 tables in a dataset for an access database. The 2 tables have a relationship set inside the database so I can implement cascading deletes. The key field in table one and the key field in table 2 is the medical record number of the mother in 1 and the child in 2. I write the data to the 1st table in the dataset and update the first table. Then I write the data to the second table and when I update, I get error. It will not write to the database because it expects the record in table one to be there because of the relationship that was set up. Is there a way to finalize or close the connection to just the 1 table in order to write a record to the 2nd table? Or should I do away with the key field relationsip inside the database and handle everything with code?
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