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Run-time error '-2147217900 (80040e14)"

Posted on 2004-09-13
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Hi all need some help on troubleshooting this error.

This is the lowdown:

I restored a SQL 7 database to a sql 2k server.  I received a successful restore and all looks good.  But when I attempted to load our MS access program I get this run-time error.

 [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid column prefix 'tblTimeLine.': No table name specified

Does anyone have a clue on how to solve this??

Thanks
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If you're using linked tables, have you refreshed all the table links in your Access database? (Tools -> Database Utilities -> Linked Table Manager)
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by:PhoenixReman
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Sorry.  Should have closed this out.  The problem had nothing to do with linked tables.  We had a syntax error in a stored procedure that was apparently acceptable to SQL 7 but not to 2000.  We referenced dbo..tblTimeLine (notice the double dot) instead of dbo.tblTimline. SQL 7 ran this correctly but 2000 burped on it.
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