There's two places to uncheck the read-only flag... in the datasource definition and also the global driver settings.
Also, make sure that your linked tables have a unique index or primary key defined as otherwise they'll be marked as read-only (Access needs a PK or index to do inserts/updates... well Access needs a lot of things :).
>[mailto:pgsql-interfaces-owner(at)hub(dot)org]On Behalf Of Michel Claes
>Sent: Tuesday, 27 June 2000 9:29 PM
>Subject: [INTERFACES] Odbc postgresql database is readonly
>I have installed succesfully postgresql on my linux server, and
>psqlodbc on my NT4-SP5 workstation.
>When I try to connect to my database with access 97 it is always
>in readonly mode. I have unchecked the read-only options in the
>odbc manager, the problem persist...
>In psqlodbc.log you can see that readonly=1 (it should be 0).
>Do tou have a solution ?
>Odbc driver version 6.50.0000
>Postgresql version 6.3.2-15 running on debian server.
>Please find attached : psqlodbc.log, the odbc registry and the DSN
>registry. (I have replaced the password by '******').
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