Does anyone know how to go about fixing the problem with Access 2000 and
MyODBC and the infamous "write conflict" error box? I wish Access would
just use the primary key in the WHERE clauses when it does UPDATES, but
instead it seems to list every field when doing an UPDATE.
I have even tried adding a "timestamp" field to no avail.
I hear people saying this is a Microsoft bug.... but how do we go about
getting this fixed? :)
|• MyODBC useless with Access 2000||Graeme B. Davis||23 Feb|