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Hi
I have run my java program and it has added a couple of records to a table

when I try to delete those 2 records from within Netbeans I get the following message:-

Error code 20000, SQL state 25502

Delete command failed: An SQL data change is not permitted for a read-only connection, user or database

What do I need to do to be able to alter data in a table ?

Bob M
 
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It appears that the userid/password combination that you are using to connect to the database does not have DELETE privileges.

Contact your Database Administrator.
 
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Hi Tim

Only me here

I reopened Netbeans as administrator and can now delete records

Cheers

Bob M
 
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