• #error In Query Access

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    I am receiving a syntax error in a form that I have created over a query. I created the form to restrict access to changing records. While trying to set ……

    I am getting an error message: “Operation must use an updateable query” when I try to run my SQL. From my understanding, this happens when joins are used ……

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    In the query, some of the other … How to handle #Error return on Query? … However, Access will not allow the append of what looks to be text into this text field. What is the form of this #Error “text” that get’s returned?

    I am using Access 2010. If I run a query I get my results back. If I run the report attached to that query I get [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Timeout ……

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    Microsoft Access: I have a query in an Access 2007 database that is returning an “#Error” message. It looks like this: Hour %: [SumOfOT Hrs]/[SumOfReg Hrs] One o

    #error in Access I am … In this case I would have needed to create too many query calculations, whereas they were already in the reports (for the most part). Thanks again. Reply; Reply with quote; Report abuse;