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remove dbo in ms-access

osmjahir
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Hi,

I have two problem when I work the sql data in ms-access.

1. My linked ms-access table with sql server, begins with dbo_, how to link the sql server with actual table name (for e.g. sql server table name is customer, the same when I link with ms-access, it shows dbo_customer in ms-access). How to show the actual table name in ms-access as appear in the sql server?

2. I'm wondering, the linked sql server table, I cannot change in the ms-access, it seems to be read only. I cannot make new entry, and cannot change the data also. Pls help me!
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you can rename the linked tables in access and remove the dbo_ with no problem

if you can't add or change data you probably need add a primary key to your tables
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