I believe its to do with the row being modified after insertion.
What seems to happen is that it inserts the row then tries to fetch it back
using the primary key, oid which was NULL at insert time, obviously this
changes though. I then tries to select the row based on the only none NULL
thing it knows about it, try_text in this case. Since this is repeated it
gets more than one row back and gets confused (the #DELETED). Access 2K
seems much better at dealing with this and you're table works fine for me
(Access 2K doesn't seem quite so smart on one of my tables however as it
returns a duplicate of the first row rather than the correct row (maybe
because I have a text field which is intepreted as memo by default)).
Also there can be problems with Access reporting that someone else
has altered you're data. Enabling Row versioning seems to help this. If you
do use row versioning then you will also need to have this in the backend:
I believe there are Docs/FAQs on http://techdocs.postgresql.org
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rony Khoury [SMTP:rkrk(at)hotmail(dot)com]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 5:03 PM
> To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: what is with this #deleted thing?
> I do not know what is it with this deleted thing ?!?
> After downloading the latest postgresql (postgresql 7.1) and the latest
> driver on two totaly newly installed machines. I narrowed down the problem
> to the following:
> 1- created a table as follows:
> create table try (try_id serial, try_text char(20));
> 2- linked the database from access 97.
> 3- made the oid of access as primary index in access.
> 4- opend the table in datasheet view.
> 4- started inserting data in table try in the field try_text
> 5- every thing worked fine until I try to insert to fields in try_text
> the same content as one before it.
> example you can insert a, aa, aaa, aaaa, aaaaa, etc ... in try_text
> any problem, then if you try to insert a field that was inserted before
> again (example aa) you get the deleted thing.
> 6- if I close the datasheet view and open it again, the deleted goes away
> and the record appear as normal.
> 7- if you update a field to become similar to one already inserted the
> problem does not occur. It only occurs when you insert a new record.
> example I already have a, aa, aaa, aaaa, etc ... in the field try_text if
> change aaaa to aa it does not make a problem.
> I think I figured things out on earlier versions, I do not know why this
> occured again.
> I give up I've spent my whole day trying to figure out any further then
> but to no use.
> Any one can help?
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