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From:Graeme B. Davis Date:February 16 2000 10:43pm
Subject:Re: MS Access 2000 and MyODBC
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I'm having the same problem -- I think it's due to the TIME field or
something -- because looking at the SQL query it issues, it looks ok except
for the TIME column it specifies in the WHERE clause...

I'm interested in any updates too!

thanks,

graeme
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From: "Kevin Smith" <kevin@stripped>
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Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2000 2:42 PM
Subject: MS Access 2000 and MyODBC


> Hi All,
>
> Someone mentioned a few weeks back that they received an error when
updating
> a record in MS Access 2000 that it said it was being updated by another
user
> (which of course it wasn't) and if I remember correctly, Sinisa or Sasha,
> replied saying that it was infact a bug with MS Access and that they had
put
> a request into M$ awhile back requesting a bug-fix update....
>
> So, does anyone know if the update has been published (I've already
checked
> the M$ website, nothing that I can see) or does anyone know of a
> work-around?
>
> Many thanks,
>
> Kevin Smith
>
>
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