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On form close getting error "the changes you requested to the table were not successfull... duplicate values

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Last Modified: 2017-04-22
I had this question after viewing ms/link form - subform field not recognised.

On continuation of my problem, now the form displays alright but when I close  the master form (this is just a read-only query) I am getting this error:

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In spit of trapping the form close events (both in the main and in the subform) to learn what am I wrongdoing (I am updating no table at all --- I think)


can anyone help?
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Gee! Thanks!
Actually, the masterform was linked to a table and should not.... Lost 2 days on this one! I am going to scream all over the city
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you're welcome ~ happy to help

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