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Old February 15th, 2005, 07:14 PM
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Default Does Replication Kill Crosstab Queries?

I replicated my Access database. Afterwards, I noticed that my crosstab queries BLOW UP Access when I try to run them (Access terminates with prejudice). I tried to look at one of my crosstab queries in design view, but now it is only visible in SQL view. Does replication kill crosstab queries? Or, is there something I can do to keep my crosstab queries alive after replication? Thank you for your help!

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Old February 16th, 2005, 09:21 PM
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Hi Mark,

Just out of curiosity I created an xtab query and replicated the db. Query works fine in both the design master and the replica, in both run and design view. I know that isn't helpful, but it doesn't seem to be xtab queries per se.


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