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Old July 15th, 2005, 03:15 PM
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Default Access 2000 "Connect to SQL Server"

I have a link table from a SQL Server but I’m having trouble connecting to the table and adding records. I've done a search on google groups looking for code, but I don't understand what I’ve found. Can anyone provide me with code to connect to the table? Also, it would be nice if someone could explain the important parts.

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The only difference that I have found from connecting to a link table in SQL server and a link table from say a different access application is that when you connect to the sql server table, you have to use a prefix of dbo_. So if you have table employee that you link to is sql server, you would access it by the name dbo_employee.

I bet that doesn't help, but you never know :)

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