Deletes are not being deleted.
Using ASA 7.03
I am having a problem in deleting field service orders that have been
completed. Just getting started with sync so I am probably making a dumb
mistake or just leaving out a step.
The download_delete_cursor script is:
Select ordernumber from ServiceOrderEntryMaster where Tech = ? and
Order_Complete = 'Y'
This based on the verbose reply from the MobiLink Synchronization server is
picking the correct work order ( number 326 ) and showing a Delete Row line
in the log. But the work order is not being deleted on the remote side.
What could I be doing wron...Deleting data by calling the stored procedure in the .NET
Hi, does anyone know how to delete data from the SQL database by
calling the stored procedure in the Visual Basic.NET? Because I did the
Delete hyperlink bounded inside a datagrid. I have already displayed
the appointment date, time in the datagrid so I do not have to input
any values inside it. These are my stored procedures code for deleting:
ALTER PROCEDURE spCancelReservation(@AppDate DATETIME, @AppTime CHAR(4), @MemNRIC CHAR(9))
IF NOT EXISTS
(SELECT MemNRIC, AppDate, AppTime
WHERE (Me...Stored Procedure for Delete doesn't delete record -- any obvious errors?
I have made a simple stored procedure to delete a record. While no errors are reported, clicking the word delete does not remove a record from the table. Is there something obvious below that would explain why a delete action does not occur?
ALTER PROCEDURE sp_DeleteViolation0
DELETE FROM [Violations0] WHERE
[id] = @original_id AND
[offensename] = @original_offensename AND
(([felony] = @original_felony) OR ([felony] IS NULL AND @origina...Cascading deletes - Which is better
I need to implement my cascading deletes on a SQL database. Is it better (performance/reliablility-wise) to use the Foreign Key Cascading Deletes or to just write my own triggers to do the deletes?I was hoping someone had experimented and found which works best.
DRI(declarative referential integrity) triggers are used when Cascade Deletes and Updates cannot be implemented in the RDBMS(relational database management system) as in SQL Server 7.0 and below. In SQL Server 2000 using Cascade Delete and Cascade Update is the way to go. The reason is reliability related because ...Delete cascade procedure
I have a princical table on the root of my table structure. Now i want to
delete a record of that table. Since this table has a lot of child and these
childs have also a lot of child and so on...and all foreign keys are delete
restrict, don't tell me to change my foreign keys to delete cascade though.
I'm wondering if any of you already have any store procedure that allow to
do that kind of delete cascade?
Any help would be greatly appreciate.
If you have designed the RI with "on delete restrict" and don't want to
change it, then you will have to writ...Deleting all stored procedures
Are there any negative effects to deleting all stored procedures, triggers
in a database by allowing updates to the system tables, in this case
sysobjects, and running "delete from sysobjects where type = "P" or type =
"TR"? I know could select all the procedures and triggers, output it to a
file and append drop procedure or drop trigger in front of them. Is the
sysdepends table effects wrongly by doing it the above way?
Yes. Doing a direct update to sysobjects does not drop the object, as it will
have other references in other system catalogs, such as sy...PTR delete == A delete
i want to delete PTR record but not de A record.
if i delete the PTR the A-record is also deleted. (use iManger & DNS
is there a way to only delete PTR-record's?
Niels van de Haar
In article <QwvDd.17151$Ei5.email@example.com>, wrote:
> if i delete the PTR the A-record is also deleted. (use iManger & DNS
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>>> Brad Doster<bd@NSCSysOps.net> 7-1-2005 17:1...procedure for deletion and motion of objects
I wonder if there is a more automated treatment for the
deletion and motion of objects which are under source
control. It always hurts me if a colleague says "Have
moved some objects from LibA to LibB, refresh your
target and don't forget to delete the moved objects
in LibA to avoid duplication". In reality he only speak
the first part, the latter comes automatically into my
mind. Refreshing the target is no problem, the moved
objects where copied to its new place, if LibB is a
new one it gets created - fine. But now starts the
search of the old ones which are no...Delete Confirm not Deleting
I followed the instruction in this tutorial (http://asp.net/learn/dataaccess/tutorial22vb.aspx) to add delete confirm to a GridView's FieldCommand Delete button. It will delete the record if I comment out this code but not if I don't. I get the confirm dialog and a postback but the record is not deleted. DataKeyNames are set. What's the deal?Here's the code.Protected Sub GridView1_RowDataBound(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.GridViewRowEventArgs)
&nbs...Gridview Delete not Deleting
I am trying to use a command button to delete a row from a gridview. When I click the command button though, the page posts but my record is still there... no errors, just nothing seems to happen. Below is what I think is the relevant code, let me know if you need to see anything else.
I'm kinda new to working with gridview objects, it would be nice if I could see what SQL command is acctually ran... maybe there are other things I can check too, I'm just not sure how.
<asp:GridView ID="GridView1" runat="server" AllowSorting="True"&nbs...Deleted items not deleting
We are running GW 7.0.1 W2K3 server agents and 7.0.1 workstation clients.
Some users have thousands of items in their trash and other folders within
The problem is when you select all the messages and delete them, they don't
actually delete. They stay in the users client. An expire/reduce doesn't
do anything either. We also tried setting up in consoleone under
groupwise>client>environment>cleanup -- the clients to automatically delete
items and that didnt' work either. Does anyone have any suggestions???
i will try to run a GW check...Stored Procedures and GridView Deletes
I have been trying to get the gridview control to properly delete data using a stored procedure. When I click on the delete link, it throws the exception: Procedure 'spdTypes' expects parameter '@Id', which was not supplied.
My ASP.Net Code:
<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="test.aspx.cs" Inherits="Admin_test" Title="Untitled Page" %><form runat="server"><asp:GridView ID="GridView1" runat="server" AllowSorting="True" AutoGenerateColumns="False" DataSourceID="SqlDataSource1"> <Columns> &nbs...delete vs delete
I have some strange behavior in some code
and I did see that I had delete when I
should have delete;
Now I am not questioning the
validity of delete for an array of items
as opposed to delete for a singularity.
My question what kind of behavior would you expect
if you mismatch new / delete as I described.
On Thu, 5 Feb 2009 05:23:50 -0800
Colin Maharaj <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> My question what kind of behavior would you expect
> if you mismatch new / delete as I described.
I wouldn't expect /anything/, it's undefined.
-- ...datagrid delete with stored procedure
I'm having trouble running a stored procedure when I click on the
Delete button that is made visible for each row in the datagrid.
The problem appears in that one of the parameters I try to send are not
being sent properly to the stored procedure. What I want to
do is take a value from the row I have clicked the Delete hyperlink in,
and send it to the stored procedure. I have tried using a
parameter, and setting it to the name of the databinding column that I
want the value to come from. Any help would be great.
Actually, I am working wit...