Row cannot be located for updating ado
However, no matter how the report is ultimately delivered, one of the critical steps is knowing where to find the data in the GP tables.I am going to publish some information that we get asked for frequently during reporting.If you read my previous post on Connecting a Form to a Database, you might’ve realized that the result was a single live data connection to the entire set of records in a database.This is great if you want to iterate through all records one at a time and update them on an individual basis.Over the last 10 years we have done a huge amount of reporting on GP data.Most of the time we use Crystal Reports, Smart List Builder, Excel and SRS (probably in that order) to deliver the reports.
The word acid is derived from the Latin acidus/acēre meaning sour. A lower p H means a higher acidity, and thus a higher concentration of positive hydrogen ions in the solution.This is a really handy object that has code in its Initialize event that’s already setup to populate its item list based on data nodes from a data connection.In the Initialize event of the object, set the data connection name to “Movie Categories”, the hidden value column name to “cat Id” and the display text column name to “cat Name”.Every now and then, someone posts a comment with a question on how to do something and the answer requires more than just a quick response.In this case, it was Ricardo’s question on how to select a specific record from a data connection to a database for editing in a form.
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This is because the words “id” and “name” conflict with properties of the xfa.record object.