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Hello experts,

I'm working with a database application and are specifying readonly as false. I would like to change this to True in runtime. I can't get it to work.
I use .MDB files.

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How are you connecting to the database, ADO, DAO, Datacontrol?

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I use Datacontrol.


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By using data control, you need to close the form which the control resides on and terminate the reference by:

Set myForm = Nothing

Then re-load it again with ReadOnly = True


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