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Click the "Change" button and then click the "Repair" button. Restart your computer and then try opening the form again in Access. The question is whether Access can _unambiguously_ figure out into which tables and which fields to place the edited or appended data. It doesn't have anything to do with your lock file. Check This Out

Please Wait... Bob_LView Member Profile Oct 9 2009, 11:36 AM Post#8Utterly BannedPosts: 7,038Joined: 5-December 02You aren't "listening"You don't right click on the form and select PROPERTIES. Thats why I suggested using Now() as the value for the scanned date. Prepared for Yet Another Simple Rebus? http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/enter-data-form-field-t1891615.html

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Feb 22 '07 #5 reply P: 21 jalmar I use the wizard and choose the tables in the beginning. Paul Dick replied Sep 8, 2009 If nothing else, I have learned not to create a form until I have tried to update the table with the query. How is True < 2 implemented? When I readded the query which in essence added another table, the form would then not work.

Center trace between two pads Does sputtering butter mean that water is present? What can i do? > > Thanks Fredg Guest July 31st,07:45 PM #3 Data Entry Form - Can't enter data? A combo box allows a user...... The form will not allow me to enter data into any of the fields.

Access Forms-cannot enter data P: 21 jalmar My question is related to Access forms. You currently have 0 posts. However why not change the scanned date field format to General Date (dd/mm/yyyy hh:nn:ss) then you will not need the scanned time field. Stephen Large replied Oct 3, 2009 I've read the threads because I too have had the same issue.

What can i do? Suppose I have an Order table (every record has an OrderID that is a primary key) and an Order Item table (every record has an OrderItemID that is a primary key, HomeForumsWikiLinks HelpGuidelinesActive TopicsSearch Search this forum only?More Search Options [X]My Assistant Loading. Why Won't My Computer Allow Me to Use Facebook Why Won't My Computer Allow Me to Use Facebook. ...

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And as my example makes clear, you can have fields in a query that don't come from any record. About eHow Advertise Contact Us Write For eHow Terms of Use Privacy Policy Report Copyright Ad Choices en-US How to by Topic Mobile Privacy Connect with us Access Form Won't Allow Data Entry I don't see three buttons to click on, on the actual form. Ms Access This Recordset Is Not Updatable I have set up a simple database but when I enter say 14.75 as a number the database converts it to 15.00.

So the symptoms are: User input is not accepted in text boxes. http://knowaretech.com/access-cannot/access-cannot-connect.html Phil Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... And double clicking on 22nd incident should open the following form with 22nd incident loaded, so users can edit that incidentplease Paste the following into your browser to see the image.lh6.google.com.au/snehal.dabhi/R8oc3GJ_RgI/AAAAAAAABz8/vGSjfr5rZ10/image003.png?imgmax=640Any Although the barcodes entered data is still copied over to the Barcode history table (with the barcode matched check box unticked) , so although this table is exactly the same structure/data Control Cannot Be Edited It's Bound To

Kev Last edited by KevinSlater; 02-27-2008 at 03:43 AM. Nordite Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... You start not with the form but the query. this contact form The form is identical to the original and no adjustments have been made except to the table that it pulls data from.

The Home of Simple Software Solutions. Exchange 2013 – Client Support, Data Loss and Lync/Sharepoint Toolbox for IT My Home Topics People Companies Jobs White Paper Library Collaboration Tools Discussion Groups Blogs Follow Toolbox.com Toolbox for IT Close the Access application if you still can't enter data into your form.

Play with the query you are using to bind your form.

MrMooch Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Rating: Display Modes 02-21-2008, 03:45 AM #1 KevinSlater Newly Registered User Join Date: Aug 2005 Posts: 249 Thanks: 1 BARCODE_SCANNED is the field in the table for the scanned barcode. Best of Luck David PS if you require further help visit my website for more info.

The second table is being used to select the record to be updated. It needs to be at or under 500 Kb. Michael Meyers-Jouan replied Sep 8, 2009 Dave, As Paul has undoubtedly already learned, your statement is a gross oversimplification. http://knowaretech.com/access-cannot/access-cannot-email.html That is the query that pulls the fields from the tables that you want on your form.

Feb 22 '07 #6 reply Expert 100+ P: 288 maxamis4 It sounds like it did one. This meant i could have many purchases for one customer, etc.Everything has worked great as i said and i have many forms, reports etc with no problems, and the problem i Although the barcodes entered data is still copied over to the Barcode history table (with the barcode matched check box unticked). Edits are subject to review by community moderators.

All other queries may be required in other sections of your app but are not used during the operation we have come to love and know. The crudest form of prompting I can think of is to simply apply a drop-down to the ID field (in tblApplicationUse) and use a multi-column format here. Its strange, perhaps the code is trying to search for a valid barcode to quickly on the linked version of the table, the table contains a lot of records (52116 records). This has a primary key field called PurchaseNumber, and links to tblCustomers with a CustomerNumber field.

Thanks again! There are 3 departments and some people are in both).I need to do the same thing on each table and each table is very similar so I'll just list one. KevinSlater View Public Profile Find More Posts by KevinSlater

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I already have a form that lets me add a new user to the database. Feb 23 '07 #11 reply P: 21 jalmar Thank you all so much, I will take a look at that and let you know. So, you might try deleting all of your links to tables in the Back End and the re-instating them. Else not.

I am having the same problem with a form of mine and am trying to figure out why I can't type into a textbox. But the production database will be a front end/backend setup. if so that is also a query, if not how are you binding the tables to the forms? Lo and behold I could update the data.

DCrake View Public Profile Visit DCrake's homepage! Now when the underlying query is refreshed the date wil be shown accurately __________________ David Crake To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater.