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From:Graeme B. Davis Date:February 18 2000 2:22pm
Subject:Re: Access 2000
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Does your table have a column with the "time" type?  Mine does and I think
that's the problem... ?
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From: "Alok Dhir" <adhir@stripped>
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Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2000 3:39 PM
Subject: Access 2000

> Hey all - has anyone come up with a solution for the problems with
> MySQL data from Access 2000?  From Access 97 everything was fine, but in
> Access 2000, adding new records works fine, but editing any existing
> always causes the following error:
> 'the record has been changed by another user since you started editing it.
> If you save the records, you will overwrite the changes the other user
> [...]'
> Even that would be fine, if the 'save record' option wasn't greyed out on
> this dialog box.  Furthermore, deleting an existing record always results
> the MS Jet engine stopping the process - very annoying.
> Any ideas?
> Finally, I've been unable to locate the 'Update linked tables' add-in in
> Access 2000 - it is referenced in the help file, but I can't seem to get
> to work.
> Thanks!
> Al
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Access 2000Alok Dhir17 Feb
  • Re: Access 2000Graeme B. Davis18 Feb
  • Re: Access 2000Graeme B. Davis18 Feb
  • Re: Access 2000Graeme B. Davis18 Feb
  • Re: Access 2000Jan Legenhausen18 Feb
Re: Access 2000Christopher R. Jones18 Feb
Re: Access 2000Christopher R. Jones18 Feb
RE: Access 2000Alok Dhir18 Feb
  • Re: Access 2000Graeme B. Davis19 Feb
  • Re: Access 2000Jan Legenhausen19 Feb