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Old July 24th, 2003, 10:39 AM
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Default Access - Linked ODBC Tables

Hi all,

I am using Access and linking tables via ODBC, however the linked tables seem to be causing corruptions in my Database.

The corruptions I've had are:

The ODBC Linked Tables won't display data

The ODBC Linked Tables give a message "This action will reset the current code in break mode. Do you want to stop the running code?" Even though I have no VB in my DB

Some ODBC Linked table related queries just refuse to run

If I import the tables the errors disappear, I have tried changing the table key sets to no avail. I don't get this issue when using a different ODBS linked table

- Do all ODBC drivers support linked tables or do some just support imported tables?
- Has anyone else had this issue?
- Is it possible my drivers have corrupted and need a reinstall?

Thanks in advance
Ben





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