One possible cause of this is not having a unique index or
primary key defined on the table which requires updating. To be able
to insert/update/delete there'll need to be at least one of the above.
And threats to go to Access are ultimately only going to hurt yourself :)
Steve Holmes wrote:
> When using the latest version of PSQLODBC to connect to a linux
> machine running postgresql 6.5.2, I keep getting read-only mode. I
> have the privs wide open on the linux side and I even turned off the
> read-only flag in the DSN's advanced driver settings. When using VB6
> to attempt updating a table, I get the error telling me that update is
> not allowed and that select is the only allowed operations. BTW, I
> can do a select with it and that part works fine.
> I can successfully update these tables just fine over in the linux
> side from the same user-id that I connect the ODBC with. The log file
> created by the ODBC driver also indicates that read-only is = 1 even
> though I have that checkbox unchecked.
> I think others have experienced a similar problem but I never could
> find any solutions. I posted a message or two recently to this list
> but got no responses. Is there anywhere I can turn for help if this
> list can't do it?
> I really need to figure out something or I will have to set up
> microsoft access database and I really don't want to have to go there
> if I can help it.:)
> Thanks for any help if possible.
> <Steve> Holmes
> Tempe, Arizona USA
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