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It does not matter what columns you try to update - you'll get an error.

A view is just a stored query -- when you update through it, it's the underlying tables that must be modified.

I'm using a deployment project to distribute it, but the file is not being updated when the new version is installed, meaning I have to ask the users to manually uninstall and then install the new version.

Here's what I'm doing: It's hard to say what may be causing this.

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Run that, and take a look at the log file and it should tell you what is failing and why.

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That is not possible--you need to instead change the definition of the view.

I have a Winforms project with a single file as the primary output.

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