All are required inputs excepting the comments field.Can 30 people add to one table all at the same time?In Microsoft Access 2003/XP/2000/97, I'm trying to update about 6000 records from one table with values from another table, but I'm having problems. The query I'm using is: To update a table with values from another table, you can build your query like the one below: This query will update the MFG field in the Bot table with the value in the MFG field in the Big table when the PART values match.
I'm having difficulty getting past the idea of how to update a record in a Microsoft Access 2000 database file. OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=|Data Directory|\bin\MY_DATABASE.mdb" con. Open() sql = "SELECT * FROM client WHERE ID = 1" da = New Ole Db. I want the update method to work like that of the code snippet I provided above, or atleast something similar to that. The error report which I get, is as follows: Project1.has encountered a problem and needs to close. Do you perphaps know what might cause this error report whenever I click the update button?
I have no problems inserting, deleting and creating new records in the database, but somehow it seems that there's more to updating a record than what i had expected.
The following code is what i use to collect the data of a specific row in my mdb file, and then displaying the data in the corresponding textbox which i have on my windows form. Ole Db Connection Dim ds As New Data Set Dim da As Ole Db.
Item("Name") I managed to get past that and work myself around in order to fill the respective text boxes on my windows form.
But in many cases this only provides a modest improvement as each UPDATE operation still requires a round-trip communication with the database server.
In the case where the application server and database server are on different hosts, the round-trip will involve network latency as well.
The dominant factor in the time taken to complete the overall operation tends to be the “admin” work in conveying the application’s intention to the database server rather than the actual updates to the database.
A more effective solution to this problem is to attempt to reduce the number of UPDATE statements.
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