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Default Deleting the last dataset of a sql server database

I wrote an application that allows to add and update and delete sql statements in a sql server 2005.
The problem is the following: I have a delete command that is executed with a sqldatasource.
It all works fine but as i reach the point where i want to delete the last set of data in the sql datasource i get an exeption like "The argument is outside of the allowed parameters. Prametername: value" (Because i translatet the text out of German it differs from the English original).
There are about three constrains to be regarded.

This is quite complex but for i thank you in forward for help.

Best regards



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