Current recordset does not support updating 3251

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Error 3251 : Current Provider does not support the necessary interface for Index functionality..

I have to use SQL Server as our Access databases are quite large...

Open Recordset("Pay List", db Open Snapshot) Apr 26 '11 #4 reply P: 10 moepusu Hi Thank you again, no more error but, still problem msgbox str Criteria show as 4/16/2011, since I use mdate=date-10. But when I write the code: msgbox mrdate nothing in there. Thank you so much Apr 26 '11 #5 reply Expert Mod 100 P: 2,316 The Smiley Coder The thing is when you later try to use the string str Criteria with the findfirst function, it will get evaluated by the JET engine.

keep showing "no entry found", Actually supposed to show 4/29/2011 according to my data.

Apr 26 '11 #2 reply P: 10 moepusu Thank you for your advice I just changed and re-run the program with new criteria since my old criteria doesn't work. please see below https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/912214-error-using-findfirst Dim db As DAO. Recordset Dim str Criteria As string mdate=date-10 Set db = Current Db() str Criteria = "[rdate] = " & mdate 'str Criteria = mdate Msg Box str Criteria Set rst = db. Find First (str Criteria)' error show - runtime error 3251, operation is not supported for this type of object If rst. Generated Sat, GMT by s_wx1131 (squid/3.5.20) error number 3251 Error Number games PC games error current recordset does not support updating Windows games Windows phone games Entertainment All Entertainment error operation not supported Movies TV Music Business Education Business Students educators Run Time Error Current Recordset Does Not Support Updating Developers Sale Sale Find a store Gift cards Products Software services Windows Office Free downloads security Internet Run-time Error Operation Is Not Supported For This Type Of Object Explorer Microsoft Edge Skype One Note One Drive Microsoft Health MSN Bing Microsoft Groove Microsoft Movies TV Devices Xbox All Microsoft devices Microsoft Surface All Windows PCs tablets PC accessories Xbox games Microsoft excel vba error 3251 Excel Vba Error games PC games run time error current recordset does not support updating Windows games Windows phone games Entertainment All Entertainment Runtime Error Operation Not Supported Movies TV Music Business Education Business Students educators run-time error operation is not supported for this type of object Developers Sale Sale Find a store Gift cards Products Software services Windows Office Free downloads security Internet current recordset does not support updating this may be a limitation of the provider Explorer Microsoft Edge Skype One Note One Drive Microsoft Health MSN Bing Microsoft Groove Microsoft Movies TV Devices Xbox All Microsoft devices Microsoft Surface excel vba runtime error 3251 Excel Vba Runtime Error games PC games run time error current recordset does not support updating Windows games Windows phone games Entertainment All Entertainment run-time error operation is not supported for this type of object Movies TV Music Business Education Business Students educators Runtime Error Operation Not Supported Developers Sale Sale Find a store Gift cards Products Software services Windows Office Free downloads security Internet Current Recordset Does Not Support Updating This May Be A Limitation Of The Provider Explorer Microsoft Edge Skype One Note One Drive Microsoft Health MSN Bing Microsoft Groove Microsoft Movies TV Devices Xbox All Microsoft devices Microsoft findfirst error code Findfirst Error Codefor Help Receive Real-Time Help Create a Freelance Project Hire for a Full Time Job Ways to Get Help Ask a Question Ask for Help Receive Real-Time Help Create a Freelance Project Hire for a Full Time Job Ways to Get Help run-time error operation is not supported for this type of object Expand Search Submit Close Search Login Join Today Products Back Products Gigs Live Careers Vendor Error Aldelo Services Groups Website Testing Store Headlines Experts Exchange Questions Find First function and system error codes Want to Advertise Here Error Access Solved Find First function and system error codes Posted findfirst error Findfirst Error Custom Search Utter Access Forums Microsoft Access Access Queries findfirst and error Forum Home Search Help UA Messages -- Utter Access com News Access Knowledge Center -- Access Code Archive -- Access run-time error operation is not supported for this type of object Knowledgebase FAQ -- Access Tutorials Microsoft Access -- Local Access User Groups AUGs -- Error Aldelo Interface Design -- Access Q and A -- Access Tables Relationships -- Access Queries -- Access Forms -- Access Reports -- Access Run Time Error Current Recordset Does Not Support Updating Macros -- Access Modules -- Access Date Time -- Access Errors Error Handling -- Access Built-in Rating: Downloads in June: 361,927 Download Size: 746KB To Fix (Findfirst Error 3251) you need to follow the steps below: Step 1: Download Findfirst Error 3251 Repair Tool Step 2: Click the "Scan" button Step 3: Click 'Fix All' and the repair is complete.

No Match Then Msg Box "No entry found" Else mrdate = hrdproc End If End With Apr 26 '11 #3 reply 100 P: 332 Mariostg I don't use the find First featur too often, but it appears you must specify a recordset type db Open Snapshot for it to work: Set rst = db. Windows Operating Systems: Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit), Windows 8 & 8.1 (32 and 64 bit), Windows 10 (32/64 bit).

Authorized = False End If Next var Itm 'Set the currently selected items as authorized in the table For Each var Itm In ctl.

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Im using the SQLOLEDB Provider and when Im trying to set the Index by using the code below i receive the ffg error...

Does the index and seek function even work with ADO and SQL Server 2000? I am migrating from DAO to ADO to use SQL Server and Im trying not to change the existing code so I need to use the Index and Seek functionality as it has been used everywhere...

There are no links between any tables so I am accessing the table directly.

like the command buttons can be named cmd Save, cmd Cancel, cmd Close, cmd Report... It is not mandatory but only a convention which will help you to arrange the code more systematically. U can follow like the one i have given in the sample project.

try to get some documentation on ADODB usage of Connection, Command, Recordset and Parameter Regards Shaik Akthar Another suggestion is when putting the controls on the form, change their name as per their functionality. cmb Floor, cmb Location instead of Combo1, Combo2... End If Also make a habit of adding error handling code to every procedure to handle any errors that may rose during runtime.

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