On Mon, Dec 20, 1999 at 02:45:19PM -0500, David C Hartwig Jr wrote:
> I am a bit rusty on the internals on the psqlODBC driver as it relates to MS
> Access. But as I seem to recall, Access cannot have a key column over 256
> bytes. Text columns are virtually unbounded. This may explain some of your
> tables linking problems. If you can, try changing some of those primary key
> fields to varchar(255) or smaller.
I did and now it works without a problem.
Thanks a lot.
> Ultimately what you need to do is activate the logging feature in the driver
> and attach a minimalist failure log file.
I did but did not find much of an explanation. But then maybe I didn't check
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