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Tip and Bug in Oracle ODBC driver v8.0.05

Tip and Bug in Oracle ODBC driver v8.0.05

Tip and Bug in Oracle ODBC driver v8.0.05

If you are using the 8.0.05 version of the Oracle ODBC driver for Access then you should upgrade to the 8.0.058 version. It will eliminate many problems.

However, I have found one bug in both drivers. My linked tables are actually linked to Oracle views built from the following query:

select * from table_name where site_id = user;

That way the user only sees their own site. However, the ODBC driver isn't functioning correctly and is allowing the viewing of ALL data (Site_ID like '%'). This is not good. If anyone knows anything additional about this bug please let me know.

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