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can't update listitem in access in a sharepoint list

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We have a SharePoint list linked to Access which has been working fine for the last few months. We have a couple of users who use the Access DB to modify records in the SharePoint list. Suddenly we are now getting the following error when trying to modify any record or in Access: "You cannot update this field because the value you're trying to apply is not valid or would break a data integrity rule". We are using SP2013 and Access 2010/13.

You can still modify them in SharePoint with no issues. Any help will be really appreciate it.
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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What datatype is the field defined as?
For example, ...perhaps users are entering Currency values and adding in the "$" sign...
Or there is a part number filed for numbers only, and users are entering values like: 561B, or 870-6.

Not sure without a specific example...

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by:ebertsys
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it dosen't matter what field..i try too update first a currency field..don't work..got error.
after that i try to update a simple textfield..same error.
when i have the list in access open..i can update each field by hand...typing values.
when i want to do that in sql or in access-vb ...got error
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by:ebertsys
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first i try that in access 2013..because weeks ago i change office from 2010 to 2013
but same error.
I'm the owner of the list in sharepoint
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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Sorry, I misread your error.
a data integrity rule
The most typical is hat you are trying  enter a "Child" record for a Parent record hat does not exist.

For example, you have Customers and Orders.
If you try to enter an Order for a Customer who does not exist, you may get an error like this.

So make sure your system is set up to only allow users to enter valid (already existing) values in the Child fields
For example, When entering an order, you can only assign orders for existing customers.

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by:ebertsys
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i update an order that  allready exist
has so far no childsrecords!
i copy the list to other SP2013 and try to do the same..other error...the list is write protected
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by:ebertsys
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its only on some records..not on all
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Jeffrey Coachman earned 500 total points
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Lets wait for a sharepoint expert to chime in...
I am sure there must be a way to update the list....
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by:ebertsys
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:) i did exclute the one record and continue with my work.
Now all its fine.
Thanks for help
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