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Deleting a record or records.

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Paul S, Nov 19, 2005.

  1. Paul S

    Paul S
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    I would like to delete some records, however, when I try to do so I can't
    because there are related tables. For example: I have a table for clients
    and another table for members. So they are related. Is there an easy way to
    delete all information for a person in the client table and member table?
     
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    Van T. Dinh

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    Set the Cascade Delete option on in the relationship and then delete the
    Record in the "One"/Parent Table and JET will automatically delete the
    related Records in the "Many"/Child Table.

    Alternatively, you will need to delete the related Records in the "Many" /
    Child Table first before you can delete the corresponding "One" / Parent
    Record since you have set the Referential Integrity on the relationship.

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    HTH
    Van T. Dinh
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    "Paul S" <PaulS@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:A65FFCB3-C43E-4CC4-AB00-C61AB441A2E6@microsoft.com...
    >I would like to delete some records, however, when I try to do so I can't
    > because there are related tables. For example: I have a table for
    > clients
    > and another table for members. So they are related. Is there an easy way
    > to
    > delete all information for a person in the client table and member table?
     
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