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Paste error table not created while import file in MS access

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by vinwin06, Dec 8, 2011.

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  1. vinwin06

    vinwin06 Thread Starter

    Jul 28, 2010

    I was uploading the excel data into specific table through import option. Actually im getting the below error message;

    Microsoft Access was unable to append all the data to the table.

    The contents of fields in <number> record(s) were deleted, and 0 record(s) were lost due to key violations.

    • If data was deleted, the data you pasted or imported doesn't match the field data types or the FieldSize property in the destination table.
    • If records were lost either the records you pasted contain primary key values that already exist in the destination table, or they violate referential integrity rules for a relationship defined between tables.
      Do you want to continue anyway?

    I know the cause of this issue. that is because there is a new value in the data i uploaded but its not available in the linked table.

    For example: I have A and B tables, both these A and B are linked to each other. Now im uploading data into table A but that value is not available because its a new value.

    So my question is if the data is not imported why it is not pasting the error data in to paste errors table.

    Guys anybody have idea about this.

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