Justin Dahl wrote:
> All tables I create have a unique index called "id" that is of type
> Setting "Row Versioning" in odbc driver does not make any difference.
I have experienced the same general issue using Access (several versions)
and Postgres 8. I believe this issue is resolved by ensuring that you have
defined a primary key for the table. A unique field is not sufficient. I
have found that setting the row versioning option does not help.
Access will identify rows using the primary key of a linked table provided
it does not map to a memo field. I generally use a serial type which works
Hope this helps
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