Updating multiple tables microsoft access

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The three queries below produce the same result, but none of them succeeded due to the Access error "Operation must use an updatable query". update Customer Sales_Retail as a inner join ( select Customer ID, Sales Date from Customer Sales where Customer ID in (select distinct Customer ID from Customer Sales_Retail) ) as b on a. Step #1: Make-Table query - create an intermediate (temporary but physical) local table To sum up, when we do multiple table updates in MS Access, first we need to make sure that the source table contains unique data in the joined column(s).

The three queries below produce the same result, but none of them succeeded due to the Access error "Operation must use an updatable query". update Customer Sales_Retail as a inner join ( select Customer ID, Sales Date from Customer Sales where Customer ID in (select distinct Customer ID from Customer Sales_Retail) ) as b on a. Step #1: Make-Table query - create an intermediate (temporary but physical) local table To sum up, when we do multiple table updates in MS Access, first we need to make sure that the source table contains unique data in the joined column(s).

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Hello, I'm working to create a staffing database that houses changes to staffing week over week.

I came across this error when I was trying to update data in a local Access table by using the matching data in a linked table in Oracle.

If the two tables are both local Access tables, my update query is fine to run and can correctly update the data in the target table, but because one of the tables (the source table in my case) was a linked table, I kept getting this error.

update Customer Sales_Retail as a inner join ( select x. Sales Date from Customer Sales as x inner join Customer Sales_Retail as y on x. Uniqueness prohibits duplicated values in the column(s).

Secondly, if the source table is a linked table, we can resort to a two-step process.Here are the 3 update queries I tried and got the same error each time.Customer Sales is a linked table (the source table - data came from this table).I agree with Mark, one table one form - but that form can have subforms which are also one table, one form and linked to the main form using the linkchild/linkmaster properties of the subform.So you might have a main form which has the employee record - which may just consist of their name and SS number.Generally you have a form for each major table in your system, and data in that table is edited in that form.The data you describe would be in a number of different tables, so I would expect to have to do those updates in a number of different forms.The problem I run into is that I will sometimes process hundreds of changes a week, sometimes only 10-20 so I almost have to use datasheet view for mass edits.I'm relatively new to Access and I'm having a hard time getting my form to allow this level of flexibility and to update all fields needed.Software and hardware names mentioned on this site are registered trademarks of their respective companies.Should any right be infringed, it is totally unintentional.

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