Access foreign key not updating

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When this option is selected, the generated entity objects have scalar properties that map to foreign key columns.Foreign key properties allow you to create or modify a relationship without querying for the principal object.Regards, Heikki ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jeremiah Jacks" Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 AM Subject: RE: Error with foreign key constraint when updating Oh sorry... [email protected]] Sent: Monday, July 28, 2003 AM To: [email protected] Subject: Re: Error with foreign key constraint when updating Jeremiah, you are inserting in the database 'tamiyausa' to the table 'product_access_level'. I am suspecting you printed these from wrong databases.I was trying to disguise my db name with "mydb", heh. Cancel=True, because the following update whould - correctly - give me a "Row not found or changed": Is that (manual update and cancel) a correct way of handling things, or is there a better/more elegant solution?(Sorry for being a bit blunt, I've been staring at this way too long) Thanks I'm implementing a many-to-many editor in ASP.I would probably have gone for something like Flot ID, Item ID and Dep ID. Value 'Database Name tbl Name Prime = Active Sheet. Execute str SQL 'Msg Box " " & str SQL & " " End With Set cnt = Nothing 'Create Table Name [Float Information] tbl Name = Active Sheet.

There are 4 tables and below are the SQL statements that create the Database. When I go to Access the tables look great and I do not get any error messages.

I can only assume that FKs are updated directly by setting the key value?

Background: I'm trying to build my own Many-to-Many for L2S, and it seems that the updating/inserting event is the only place where I can change the relationships without running into a massive amount of problems.

When you include foreign key properties, you can still modify a relationship by updating the reference to the principal object on the dependent or adding a dependent object to a collection on the principal object.

A common way to access references and collections on entities is through navigation properties. The Entity Framework tries to keep references, collections, and foreign key properties in sync.

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