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Could an Option be causing my problem

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Bob Richardson, Nov 2, 2005.

  1. Bob Richardson

    Bob Richardson
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    I'm getting the "Relationship must be on the same number of fields with the
    same data types" error message. The one-to-many link between Student and
    Record is set up.


    Student Record Class

    PERSONID ATTENDID ATTENDID
    PersonID TIMESLOT

    All fields are type "Number." Student and Record are linked, one-to-many,
    using PERSONID. I'm trying to set up a one-to-many link between Record and
    Class. All Keys to these tables are the capitalized words. The error msg
    comes when I try to link Record to Class with ATTENDID, to get a one to many
    relationship. Is it possible that there is an OPTION I've set that's
    causing this problem?
     
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  3. KARL DEWEY

    KARL DEWEY
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    You have Class fields ATTENDID &TIMESLOT as caps so does this mean they are a
    compound key field?


    "Bob Richardson" wrote:

    > I'm getting the "Relationship must be on the same number of fields with the
    > same data types" error message. The one-to-many link between Student and
    > Record is set up.
    >
    >
    > Student Record Class
    >
    > PERSONID ATTENDID ATTENDID
    > PersonID TIMESLOT
    >
    > All fields are type "Number." Student and Record are linked, one-to-many,
    > using PERSONID. I'm trying to set up a one-to-many link between Record and
    > Class. All Keys to these tables are the capitalized words. The error msg
    > comes when I try to link Record to Class with ATTENDID, to get a one to many
    > relationship. Is it possible that there is an OPTION I've set that's
    > causing this problem?
    >
    >
    >
     
  4. Bob Richardson

    Bob Richardson
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    Yes, they are compound keys. My problem was that some numbers were long
    integers, and some were doubles...thus not the same data type, although not
    immediately evident to me.

    "KARL DEWEY" <KARLDEWEY@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:0D707ADD-6DD5-4B4D-A76D-83DBEF55B9B6@microsoft.com...
    > You have Class fields ATTENDID &TIMESLOT as caps so does this mean they
    > are a
    > compound key field?
    >
    >
    > "Bob Richardson" wrote:
    >
    >> I'm getting the "Relationship must be on the same number of fields with
    >> the
    >> same data types" error message. The one-to-many link between Student and
    >> Record is set up.
    >>
    >>
    >> Student Record Class
    >>
    >> PERSONID ATTENDID ATTENDID
    >> PersonID TIMESLOT
    >>
    >> All fields are type "Number." Student and Record are linked, one-to-many,
    >> using PERSONID. I'm trying to set up a one-to-many link between Record
    >> and
    >> Class. All Keys to these tables are the capitalized words. The error msg
    >> comes when I try to link Record to Class with ATTENDID, to get a one to
    >> many
    >> relationship. Is it possible that there is an OPTION I've set that's
    >> causing this problem?
    >>
    >>
    >>
     

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