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As soon as I try to add/Modify a record I get the following error: Current Recordset does not support updating. This may be a limitation of the provider, or of the selected locktype. Download i Tunes from Apple's website, then click Download to download the i Tunes installer. If you have Windows 10, you can get the latest version of i Tunes from the Microsoft Store.If you get i Tunes from the Microsoft Store, you shouldn't need to follow the rest of the steps in this article.Learn how to remove and reinstall i Tunes and other software components for Windows Vista or later.Songs that you bought from the i Tunes Store or imported from CDs are saved in your My Music folder by default. Some background processes can cause issues that prevent applications like i Tunes from installing. Its either that or open the recordset and then use the filter property to filter the data. All this is causing me more problem because I was looking to bind the recordset to a TDBGrid (Component One Grid) and if I only have a read only recordset, this does me no good at all. The cursortype is always static if the cursorlocation is client, and the latter overrides the former. Michael Lee Hi Roy, After taing a look at the KB that I found. If your stored proc is a select query, then is the right method, if it's an action query, then command.execute.
If you downloaded a version of i Tunes from Apple's website, use the steps in this article.i Tunes for Windows requires Windows 7 or later, with the latest Service Pack installed.If you can't install the updates, refer to your computer's help system, contact your IT department, or visit support.for more help. Lock Type = ad Lock Optimistic Set rs Insurance = m Command. I also tried getting rid of the uniqueidentifier field and I had the same problem. Would ahaving 3 fields as the primary key affect this problem. If you want a client side cursor to be updatable, the locktype must be adlockbatchoptimistic, and you have to use the updatebatch method. Michael Lee Hi Roy, I just found a KB from Microsoft (KB188857) that talks to that some. Changing cursortype to keyset would therefore have no effect.