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Hi, One of my users has 3 linked tables through ODBC to an Informix database. One of the tables gives the following error when opened:

"Scaling of decimal value resulted in data truncation"

Many of the fields have #####ERROR in them

The other 2 tables display fine.

Any suggestions?

Access 2003


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Tim
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I turned out that we installed the wrong ODBC driver

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