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From:David Carlson Date:July 23 1999 6:20pm
Subject:RE: Problems with Access 97
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Hi Juergen

As Pat suggested, please add a Timestamp(14) field to your tables (even if
you feel you do not need a timestamp, or if you already have a date field in
the table). For some reason, Access/ ODBC requires it.


-----Original Message-----
From: Juergen Hoffmann [mailto:jh@stripped]
Sent: Friday, July 23, 1999 11:09 AM
To: Patrick Sherrill
Cc: Juergen Hoffmann; myodbc@stripped
Subject: Re: Problems with Access 97

On Fri, Jul 23, 1999 at 10:25:27AM -0400, Patrick Sherrill wrote:
> Make sure you have a TIMESTAMP(14) and a PRIMARY KEY in the table.
> Pat...
> > Hello,
> >
> > I know some of you might think it is a stupid question, but I have a
> problem
> > with MS Access 97 and Mysql on Debian Linux 3.21.xx
> > If I try to insert or update data in some records Windows prompts with
> > Error message, that some other user is currently working in this record,
> > although I am the only one connected to the server???
> >
> >

It concerns a field of the type DATE and a primary key is set. The TIME
Field in the same record is writable to... :-(

kind regards

Mit freundlichen Gruessen
Juergen Hoffmann


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Problems with Access 97Juergen Hoffmann23 Jul
  • Re: Problems with Access 97Patrick Sherrill23 Jul
    • Re: Problems with Access 97Juergen Hoffmann23 Jul
      • RE: Problems with Access 97David Carlson23 Jul