Insfficient key column information for updating or refreshing
This is problem number 9,569 I've had trying to convert to VB2005. This is problem number 9,569 I've had trying to convert to VB2005. You received this error: because ADO doesn't know which record should update (or refresh) because of the missing unique identifier for both tables (primary unique keys you missed to fetch).
It's an integer field and 'id' is the primary key on the table. I had the same issue with an openquery that updates i Series. The fix is to include the key columns in the select.
So in your case it would be something like this: Turns out there's nothing wrong with the query.
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I was trying to execute the statement inside a cursor operation inside a stored procedure.