ms/access 2013 cannot update MySQL tabele

I have an ms/access application that I recently split. Due to some organizational contraints, I needded to have a MySQL back end. I have imported onto this back end all tables and I am able to read perfectly. However I am not allowed to write/update the tables. I am using "Bullzip MS Access to MySQL" to link.

Does anyone knows if this a problem of "Bullzip MS Access to MySQL" or are there any other solutions available?
João serras-pereiraAsked:
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Walter RitzelSenior Software EngineerCommented:
Nothing to do with bullzip. That was used only to transfer the tables from ms  access to mysql.
Most probably is that your mysql user used to connect does not have permissions to insert/update/delete tables. Ask your DBA to give you this type of access.
If you dont have a DBA, please use your admin user on MySQL to grant those permissions to your user.
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PatHartmanCommented:
Another possibility is that the tables were transferred without primary keys.  In order for a linked ODBC table to be updateable, it MUST have a primary key or unique index defined.
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João serras-pereiraAuthor Commented:
yeah... THANKS! THAT was the problem. Now I know... thanks a lot
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