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RE: ODBC and VB5 I GIVE UP!!

From: Nicolas Huillard <nhuillard(at)ghs(dot)fr>
To: "'Craig Orsinger'" <orsingerc(at)epg-gw1(dot)lewis(dot)army(dot)mil>, "pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org" <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Cc: Eric Damron <edamron(at)home(dot)com>
Subject: RE: ODBC and VB5 I GIVE UP!!
Date: 2000-05-02 19:44:27
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Read my post a few month (weeks ?) ago, about cursors : maybe you should use static cursors or I-don't-remember-exactly-what-type, instead of the default cursor, which is not handled correctly by the ODBC driver.

Nicolas Huillard

-----Message d'origine-----
De:	Craig Orsinger [SMTP:orsingerc(at)epg-gw1(dot)lewis(dot)army(dot)mil]
Date:	mardi 2 mai 2000 20:43
À:	pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org
Cc:	Eric Damron
Objet:	Re: [INTERFACES] ODBC and VB5  I GIVE UP!!


On 30-Apr-00 Moray McConnachie wrote:
>>I can create, edit, update tables using ipgsql.exe   And I can create a
>>recordset and read records from VB but when I try to add a new record or
>>update a record I get the message "Run time error '3027'  Can't Update.
>>Database or Object is Read Only."
> 
> What does your postgres table look like? You won't be able to add, update 
> or delete records from VB unless you have some kind of unique field 
> defined, either via CREATE UNIQUE INDEX, or PRIMARY KEY in the field 
> definition, or by using Show OID and Fake index in the ODBC driver, but I 
> wouldn't particularly advise the latter.
> 
> You should also have Recognise Unique Indexes turned on in the ODBC driver.
> 
> I think that may be it, anyway.

        So, was that it? I'm curious because I'm trying to learn how
to do this also.

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