Updating a query in ms access updating htc t8585

She holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from The Ohio State University. If you omit the WHERE clause, all records in the table will be updated!In earlier versions of the Microsoft Jet database engine, SQL statements were automatically embedded in implicit transactions.Macros, small snippets of code, automate repetitive tasks in a "Microsoft Access" database and in other Microsoft Office applications.

I tend to stick the whole thing in a shortcut so I can just change the database when I need it.Hi, Please I have two tables -say Table A and Table B.Table A Table B ID userno ticketno Status userno ticketno Status 1 12 YAB LIVE 2 12 ACE LIVE 3 12 AAT INVALID 4 1232 ACE 5 1232 ACE 6 1232 AAT I am trying to write an update query in MS Access that will update only the first record of any custno with the status so that my final table A looks like this: Table A ID userno ticketno Status 1 1211 YAB LIVE 2 1211 YAB 3 1232 ACE LIVE 4 1232 ACE 5 1232 ACE 6 1232 AAT INVALID I would appreciate any help on how to write the query. 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.Before you can add records to the table, you need to open it.

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