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Returning a 0 value error

Roberto Favaro
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Joined: Mar 23, 2004
Posts: 24
Im working on a project where I add members to a database(access at the minute), add amend and delete to this database. I can also find a member by id,name,address,etc. Im using a primary key generatorEverytime I retrieve a member from the database it returns a value of 0 for the id.It should be returning a value from the database.Im totally confused,any help would be greatly appreciated.Thanks

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David O'Meara
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Joined: Mar 06, 2001
Posts: 13459

Holy crap that was a waste of time

Firsly: far too much code. In my signature is a link to asking questions the right way. You can't post that much code and expect antone to help, we're volunteers and just don't have the time.

Secondly, my guess is the problem is in the pk generator, and you haven't included it.

Dave
 
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