Bypass SQL Login
Posted on 2012-04-04
I have an Access database, all the tables are links to a SQL 2000 database. There are permissions set up for this SQL database. As long as the users are set up in the SQL database they can open the reports or forms in Access without having to login to SQL.
My problem arises from a new table I created. I created a table in Access, I then exported it to my SQL database and created a link in Access to this new SQL table. I used this new table in some of the existing Queries. Now whenever I open anything in Access that is using this new table, the SQL login window appears. I do not want the SQL login window to appear every time a report is run. There is no option to remember the password on the SQL login window, the "OPTION" button is greyed out.
I think this is a permission issue in SQL, not an Access issue, but I am not sure.
Why is this one table requiring the user to login to SQL every time it is run? What can I do to stop the SQL login window from appearing every time the query is run?