Sql server is not committing row

Posted on 2014-10-29
Last Modified: 2014-11-13
I have three tables. Customers with PersonID as identity PK and Functionalities with FunctionalityID as identity PK.
Between them, I have a N:M table with these both keys, as group key.
well, some records, not all, that I try to insert it mannually (with the stored procedure is the same), I got the error:
"This row was successfully committed to the database. However, a problem occurred when attempting to retrieve the data back after the commit. Because of this, the data in this row is read-only. To fix this problem, please re-run the query."
what is wrong? why only some records?

thx in advance.
Question by:Deraldo Silva
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So, what kind of front-end are you using?

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So you're working in SSMS? Then post a concise and complete example. A screenshot would also be interesting.
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by:Deraldo Silva
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Ok. attached
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Well, just press the ! button - Query Designer\Execute SQL (Ctrl+R). The edit grid has some limitations.

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by:Deraldo Silva
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yep. I already did it. BUT, when I do that, the record goes away.
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So, then use a query to do your update or insert. The grid hiddes the real cause.

btw, sure that there are no triggers on those tables?

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by:Deraldo Silva
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no. there are no triggers.
so, I remove all records and recreate them. it is ok now.

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