Views don't display their data in Access 2013

I had a .adp that I am trying to convert to Access 2013.

I have created a new .accdb and imported the forms into it and linked to all the tables and views on the SQL Server.

I am getting a number of problems:

1) When I try to work with the data in the views, I get "The record has been changed by another user...." and so I can't change it.
2) When I try to open a view, all the fields say #deleted#.  

Please can you explain what's going on, and what can I do about these things?
LJKMartinTraining DirectorAsked:
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Deepak ChauhanSQL Server DBACommented:
Check in sql server if any bit field in the view or table accepting null you have to change it with default 0.

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Deepak ChauhanSQL Server DBACommented:
and for a immediate workaround you can change the NULL value in .adp file and import it in .accdb but long term , you would have to change in sql server.
LJKMartinTraining DirectorAuthor Commented:
Great - Thank-you
LJKMartinTraining DirectorAuthor Commented:
Perfect solution
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