Updating ms access database c

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So, if you are currently configured to use the Deferred Channel take a look at How to switch from Deferred Channel to Current Channel for the Office 365 suite to see how to make the switch.

I'm putting together a site for a friend who does not have the capability to run a SQL or My SQL instance.

I’ve already tried to cover the subject of Reverting your Office/Access installation in my previous post Microsoft Office 365 – Uninstall an Update.

So today, I thought I’d cover the subject of performing a manual update. The Update Channel your system is configured to use dictates your access to updates.

hi all i have 2 RFID readers that read active RFID tags ID within range, and i have written the code in c# and it works and reads the tags. i have created a database on MS access provides information related to each tag, such as serial number, location, company,...

ISSUE: i need to insert the tag ID to the database and only update Location coloumn, AOTUMATICALLY.

also if the readers read the tag ID at the same time ( readers range interfere), the location will be (mutual A&B).

readers are real time working, and i need to do the updating aotumatically & continuously. Hi, Do you means you need to update the special columns in your access table?

I'm able to retrieve data just fine using a SELECT statement on an Ole Db Command object. So say you are on the Deferred Channel and you run the manual update, it may tell you that everything is up-to-date (for that channel) when there are numerous updates available, but only to the Current Channel users! As a Deferred Channel user you’ll need to wait months before they are released to your channel. Because of the instability of the Updates coming out of Microsoft for the past year, I highly urge you to use the Current Channel (now renamed Monthly Channel by Microsoft just to add a little more confusion to this entire mess) which will enable you to implement the most recent updates once they are released to try and mitigate all the issues we have continuously been living through.Although in theory the Deferred Channel sounds ideal (waiting a couple months before implementing updating to ensure they are reliable), but reality has proven this to be unwise as we need to implement updates immediately to resolve problems that were present in the initial release of Office 2016 (couldn’t wait to fix critical problems).I ran into problems updating the table directly using an UPDATE statement, however, so I tried a different approach, and so far have no luck there either. The SELECT query always returns data when called on a command object using Execute Reader().

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