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From:Patrick Sherrill Date:March 12 1999 3:19pm
Subject:Re: MS Access & MyODBC
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From: Doug Ledbetter <dougl@stripped>
To: myodbc@stripped <myodbc@stripped>
Date: Thursday, March 11, 1999 3:29 PM
Subject: MS Access & MyODBC


>I've tried using MS Access 97 to link to MySQL databases on a Linux server
>and limited success.
>
>I've had no trouble making the connection and viewing the data, but
>inserting and changing data has been a problem.
>
>Anybody else using MS Access to connect to a MySQL DB on a Unix server?
>
>Is there a better ODBC Client than Access to use?
>
>thanks,
>-dougl
>
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MS Access & MyODBCDoug Ledbetter11 Mar
  • Re: MS Access & MyODBCOliver Artelt12 Mar
  • Re: MS Access & MyODBCChristian Mack12 Mar
Re: MS Access & MyODBCPatrick Sherrill12 Mar