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PT & Access ODBC

PT & Access ODBC

PT & Access ODBC

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I've got PT 2005 and Access 2000 set up with ODBC and Pervasive SQL V8 SP2 (I think that it is 8.15) I upgraded to V8 from 6.15 which I only installed as we had it available before I got the V8.  I got the tables to link initially, but after shutting down Access and restarting it, all it will do is crash access.  I get the not responding message from Access.  I tried deleting all the tables and relinking them, I get to the tbl Customers and Access freezes again.  

Do I have an issue with the set up of something?  I went in on the DSN and set the parameter to read only, as I am only interested in creating reports based on the PT info and data the we have in our other ERP software.

My other thought is that it is a concurrent user issue with PT and if the accounting group has multiple copies of PT open, I am loosing out on the linking.

FYI, this is my first expereince with PT, I program Access and VBA.

Thanks for your help in advance.

BusMgr

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