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R1911 wrote:
Mate, please don't mistake. But I'm not sure why your replies are consistently sarcastic.
They're not meant to be sarcastic, but I can see how they could come across like that.

Someone could have deleted the record you tried to update. How should the computer recover from that automagically, without resorting to assumptions about one of the two conflicting updates? How DO you update a record that no longer exists?

Depending on what you are doing, there should be *very little* chance ever for two users simultaneous working on the same recordset. A neat solution I've seen would open the forms in read-only mode when someone else was working on that record, including the time they opened it "for editing".
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