troubleshooting Question

Avoiding Write Conflict message...

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Mike EghtebasFlag for United States of America asked on
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I have a drop-box on a main form. There is a subform on the main form.

After update of the drop-box on the main form, the following code update the recordsour-table of the subform:

    
    CurrentDb.Execute "Update tOwnerDRF_Titles Set BU_ID=" & Me!cboBusinessUnit & " Where OwnerDRF_ID=" & Me!OwnerDRFID
    
    'Me!sfDRF_TitlesTempUpload.Form.Dirty = False
    'Me!sfDRF_TitlesTempUpload.Form.RecordSource = Me!sfDRF_TitlesTempUpload.Form.RecordSource

However, When I go from one record on the main form, I get "Write Conflict" message which I am trying to avoid. Additional information is provided on the attached image.

Question: How can I get rid of the "Write Conflict" message?

Thank you.
writeconflict.png
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Former Microsoft Access MVP)
Database Architect / Application Developer
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