Important To link access tables with an Azure database, you need SQL Server Native Client(SNAC) version 10.5 or above.
Resolution: Run the following Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code before accessing the identity field: Cause: When you add a record to a SQL Server or SQL Azure table by using VBA, if the table's unique index field has a default value and you do not assign a value to that field, the new record does not appear until you reopen the table in SQL Server or SQL Azure.
There are essentially two methods for adding records to a table.
The first is to add one record at a time; the second is to add many records at a time.
Cause: After migrating data and linking tables, the user cannot modify the schema of a table in Access.
Resolution: Modify the table schema by using SQL Server Management Studio, and then update the link in Access.
If you try to obtain a value from the new record, you receive the following error message: Cause: If a query does not include all columns that are included in a unique index, you cannot add new values by using the query.