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    Unanswered: Retrive Deleted Records

    How can I retrive accidental deleted records? can I save the Deleted records in a table?

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    Talking

    Before you delet you can store your records in a table using SELECT INTO TableName where yourConditions


    Then

    use DELETE From TableName WHERE theSameConditions

    So you have created a table contains the deleted data before you start to delete it, and you 're able to restore them any way




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    Retrive Deleted Records

    Thanks alot, but How can use SELECT INTO , Please Help me I don't know that mutch on access I'm Just beginner?

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    Suppose u have 1 table called PERS has Name, famName, Birthday
    and u want to write the people that their names start with S in a new table called PERS_S , then use

    SELECT PERS.famName, PERS.Namen, PERS.Birthday
    INTO PERS_S
    FROM PERS
    WHERE PERS.Name like "S*"

    Hope it is clear now



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    Be careful because select into works fine but are not considered as transactions so you want be able to track them on a log.

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    I think he doesn't need transaktion, he stores the data , gona be deleted in a temp Table using the SELECT ... INSERT INTO. Later if he decided to recall his deleted datat again, then he has it all stored in the temp Table.

    What do you mean?

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    ok, how I know a specific deleted records to Declear the WHERE condetion? the user will selecte one record then delete it, how to identify the deleted record and save it on a temp table?

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    Lightbulb

    You can use a ListBox which contains the IDs for Example and some other fields, enable the multiChoice in that ListBox so that the user could choose more than one item, by clicking a delete Button make a
    For ... Each on that ListBox, then you will be able to know which records, the user want to delete. Ok?



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