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I downloaded the Northwind template from MS Access 2010.

I then recreated all the tables on MySQL Workbench CE 5.2. I am having a problem with the "Purchase Order Details" table. The column in MS Access is Yes / No so I created a a column with a datatype tinyint(1)

http://fonlow.com/dbconverters/mysql2access_matrix.html

When I try and run the program it is crashing when I try to "Add to Inventory" after confirming a purchase order. The column is "Posted to Inventory".

Any Ideas, I have numerous scripts for Northwind MySQL but they seem to  be an older version
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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I have to wonder why you're using MySQL with the NorthWinds database ... SQL Server Express is free, and there's a SQL version of NorthWinds.

Are you setting this column on a form, or through a query, or through code?

If through code, can you show the code you're using?
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