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From:Hans van Dalen Date:January 15 2004 2:09pm
Subject:Re: table without primary key
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I use it as a temporary file. Putting data in it sequential and after that 
reading it out sequential. I don't want a auto increment field or 
whatsoever because I want the date in sequential order of the data... the 
data itself cannot (always) be used as a primary key


At 14:46 15-1-2004, you wrote:
>it cannot b related with primary key. i do not hav any idea how u update it,
>but it's supported to update any dat in any table with or without PK
>
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>From: "Hans van Dalen" <mysql@stripped>
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>Subject: table without primary key
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>
> > Hi group,
> >
> > I had created a table without a primary key (for some reasons). This give
> > some strange errors.
> >
> > When I edit a field trough ODBC he said: no transactions supported. If I
> > edit trough direct access components (DAC for MySQL = native access)
> > nothing is editted at all.
> >
> > With the mysql shell updating trough a Query is no problem. In DAC for
> > MySQL I use a TTable.
> >
> > Does somebody know about problems with tables without primary index?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Hans
> >
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table without primary keyHans van Dalen15 Jan
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