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I have an access 2007 databse with linked tables to an Oracle database, I have it linked by ODBC the problem is it prompts for user name and password every time opened.  Is there a way to set it up with user and password stored.
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When you created the DSN in the ODBC administrator did you provide the database username and password?
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YES but it promts every time the database is opened
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When you created the linked tables did you tell it to save the password?

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