Filterset g not updating updating n96
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I of course have tried Requery, but also Repaint and Refresh and it refuses to update unless I completely close the form and reopen it again. You don't say what version of SQL Server you are using or which ODBC driver.
but the control itself refuses to update the new status...
I've spent hours on this and am hoping to get some fresh eyes on it because it should be working if the backend is updating!! Yes the table has both a timestamp and Primary Key. If Andre's suggestions don't solve it, instead of Me. I've already adjusted the mistake of the default SQL Server driver in my DSN-Less Connection string when working out my issues on dates. the answer that ended working for me in this case was ditching the split form...