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SQL Error# 3167 Record is Deleted with Merge Replication

Posted on 2011-09-28
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I have a database that we just recently setup to use merge replication.  It is an access databse attached to SQL server 2008 with bidirectional replication to a SQL Express 2008 installation.

Without the replication the databse works flawlessly.  With the replication when we add a new record we get the "Error #3167 Record is deleted"  message.  Hower If I add a record immediatley after the message it will work fine.  Anyone have any ideas on what may be causing this and how to fix it.

Note: I have seen that it may hvae something to do with memo fields but we have got to use memo fields.  We have thousands of them.
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check this:

http://www.eggheadcafe.com/microsoft/Access-Replication/30896150/3167-error--record-is-deleted-in-replicated-database.aspx

specially this part:

>>1. always edit them with unbound controls. You do this by simply
taking your form with the memo on it and removing the control
source. Then, in the form's OnCurrent event, set the unbound memo
control to the value of the memo in the form's recordsource, and in
the memo control's AfterUpdate event, write the value back to the
field in the recordsource.

2. to be even safer, move all your memos into a memo table, where
each row has the parent record's PK and the memo field. If you have
more than one memo field in your table, you can add a field to
identify which memo. The form's recordsource would be more
complicated, but still doable, or you could go with fully unbound
editing for those memos. <<


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