MS Access 2010 - Form Updates Table, But Table Doesn''t Updat, Database Management System

Hi there,
Have an issue with my Database.
I have:
TblOrderDetails and FmOrderDetails
TblCircuit and FmCircuit

Whenever I add data into the Form, it will update the table as expected. However when I add data into the Table the Form doesn''t display any of the data.

I need to import several hundred records from Excel into the Table as I''m moving systems, but for some reason it''s not showing up.

I''ve tried importing into the Table, as well as tried manually entering data, but nothing seems to work.

These are the only 2 tables/forms with foreign keys and joins in them...could this be the issue? Every other Table/Form in my Database works fine.

Think you can help? =)
Posted Date: 3/4/2013 11:35:07 AM | Location : United Kingdom







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