For Access to be able to update records it must have a unique key.
Access 95 and 97 can ask for the key if the driver doesn't automatically
Access 2.0 can not ask and relies completely on the driver to return the
There is a setting in the Driver Options dialog which controls how this
It is called "Recognize Unique Indexes". If checked, the driver will
automatically return the information. If not checked (the default), it
will not return a unique index.
Hope this helps.
Chris Osborn wrote:
> It also keeps insisting that the connection is read only, even
> though I unchecked the read only boxes in both the Driver settings
> and Advanced settings.
> Chris Osborn, Network Administrator T3West/WebCow!
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> 707 224 9916 - Fax Napa, CA 94559
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