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how to avoid "Write conflict"

By ra_tevis ·
One more time. I have a form that is to display several records (continuous form) the user will make a selection of the form and have the choice to apply the change to all records. When the user replies yes, My program applies the change to all the records in the table as reqested. The problem is when the user moves to the next record an error comes up that the record has been changed by another user. (Not, it was the code that changed the record) This issue has haunted my for weeks. Can someone tell me how they deal with this?

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by GeoffreyC In reply to how to avoid "Write confl ...

You will need to rebuild the form from the database after applying the changes to all the records, before the user has a chance to move to the next record. Then the user starts with a fresh set of data in the form, and the user shouldn't receive theerror.

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by ra_tevis In reply to how to avoid "Write confl ...

I have done this before, ploblem is that the form has been filtered and when you reopen the form, you have to apply the previous filters, and if there were many records in the form, you are not brought back to the record you were at last.

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