I used patches = 1036 on the ODBC data source, which is three
incompatabilities fixed. Can't remember them all.
> Phil Castle
> > All the postings on this subject are no longer available for me to look
> > We can enter data via Access into a DB2 table with Time field but when
> > try to retrieve them Access marks the records as deleted. What is the
> > workaround? etc?
There is a trick to tell Access to use a different unique index (if you do not
have a PK defined on the table) that does not involve decimal data type. If
you need it I can try to look it up.
Hi ... everybody .... I really need your help, plz ????
In Access ... I can update field fActive with this update statement :
Update Period Set fActive = True
But I can't use this statement when I want to update in SQL Server
NB. In Sql Server I declare fActive with bit datatype.
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