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    3167: Record Deleted – Problem With Access 95 And Server Sql 6.5


    Record – Error 3167: Lost – Problem with and Access 95 SQL 6 server.5

    Deloitte and Ireland
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    Touch,

    Error 3167: Record lost – problem with Access 95 and SQL Server 6.5

    Hello!

    I am developing an application using Access 95 which, although it is a front-end, is a
    Server 6.5 SQL database for a multi-user environment. The displayed data is displayed very well in forms
    that call accumulated procedures.
    However, sometimes when I call stored operations from a form to execute a typical SELECT statement, I get SQL Server error 3167 “Record normally
    deleted” is returned.
    This error disappears when II close the put procedure, save it, and usually call the from form again. often Too much malfunction appears only later, in order to be generally cured during the time of the above method.

    Can anyone give me some advice on this?

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    Alan Rintoul

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    Ori Gev
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    Error 3167: A record was deleted – Access 95 issue then with SQL Server 6.5

    Hello

    Read technical article Q128809
    Good luck
    Ori Geva

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    Deloitte & Touche, Ireland
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    a problem has occurred that needs your attention

    Error 3167: Record was deleted – Access 95, also a problem with SQL Server 6.5

    >Hello

    I’m developing an Access 95 application to interface to a SQL Server
    6.5 database in a multi-user environment. Sorting of the displayed data is done by calling stored procedures.
    However, in some cases, when I call a stored procedure from within the for range to execute a typical SELECT statement, I get SQL Server error 3167 “The record will be deleted.” The error disappears,
    it’s when I open the stored procedure, save it, and then call this situation again from the form. The manifest error often occurs at different times and is fixed by the above method each time.

    Anyone willing to help with this particular problem?

    < p>Thanks.

    Alan ,
    Rintoul

    03:00:00

    Ori Gev
    #2 / 2

    Error 3167: Record deleted – Issue with Access 95 and SQL Server 6.5

    Hello,

    Read Tech Article Q128809
    Good luck Gev
    Ori

    03:00:00

    Author message
    Sun 18 Dec 1999 GMT
    Thursday, December 23, 1999 GMT
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