After trying several unsuccessful fixes, we created a time stamp field, and had
access provide it using the now() function. Viola, success.
It's not an elegant fix, but it works.
For those who responded, much thanks.
Cedar Cox wrote:
> As you probably know, this is an Access problem/limitation/call it what
> you want... Read again what Michael said. I guess you are updating the
> data from a form? If so, make sure the primary key is included in the
> data set used for the form, _even if it's not used_. The primary key is
> used when doing updates, etc. Also, make sure Access knows that the
> primary key is the primary key. You may find this FAQ helpful:
> On Fri, 4 May 2001, Tom.Bakken wrote:
> > The table we're having trouble with is a very important one that most other
> > tables in the database are either directly or indirectly linked to. I'm using
> > a sequence (set up as emp_id SERIAL) when the table is created. I then set the
> > sequence starting point as follows:
> > ---------------------------(end of broadcast)---------------------------
> > TIP 5: Have you checked our extensive FAQ?
> > http://www.postgresql.org/users-lounge/docs/faq.html
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