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Hi Experts!

I am migrating a backend database to SQL Server from Access and I know there are some things I'll need to change in the code.

I can't recall what I need to check. I'm getting ODBC errors and I think it has something to do with my OpenRecordset calls...

I added the dbOpenDynaset, dbSeeChanges and am still getting the errors.

Any Suggestions?

Thanks, Eileen
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Duh! Forgot to change the Identity Specification (where fields were autonums)....
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