Thanks for the reply, but just to clarify (sorry I'm a bit new to all this).
With the view I've got, do I create a table that is exactly the same as the
view, but with no data in it, and then use a rule on that table to bring the
data from the view? Or am I over complicating this?
From: Henshall, Stuart - WCP
Sent: 18 June 2002 12:31
To: Nick Haw; 'pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org'
Subject: RE: Views and Access 2000
If you create a table with suitable fields, including a primary key
and then use a select rule this will do it.
From: Nick Haw [ mailto:nick(dot)haw(at)operagrp(dot)com <mailto:nick(dot)haw(at)operagrp(dot)com>
Sent: 12 June 2002 16:46
Subject: Views and Access 2000
OK, i have some views that I need people to be able to use in Access 2000.
When I try an link them using my ODBC data source I always get a dialogue
box which says "select unique record identifier" even though the table the
view is using has got a primary key. I don't want this box to appear, is
there anyway I can stop it?
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