Posted - 11/04/2013 : 15:13:41
| I have a table on my SQLSERVER 2012. . .
10 Columns, 1 primary key, 42 records. . .
Primary key is nvarchar(10) NOT NULL
In access I used a make table query to make a local access copy of the table, then I inserted a primary key to the local table.
I then delete the local access table data and created an append query
to download the identical table to MS access to run local reports
when not connected to the server.
The append query won't append ANY records due to key violations. .
I can copy and paste the data through the clipboard just fine,
but can't append data ANY data to the table. . .
This approach works for 2 out of 4 tables, very small tables, but for 2 tables, won't allow appended ANY data. .
I can't figure out why, and yes when 2 out of 4 work, I am baffled. .
MS Access 20 years, SQL hack
Edited by - sportsguy on 11/04/2013 15:19:08