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Error 3075

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Hello-
I have a normal application split into a frontend and backend. The
tables are in the backend. All tables open correctly from the backend.
When in the OBJECTS window (F11) in the front end, one table will not open
in datasheet view. I get the error message 3075 "Syntax error (missing
operator) in query expression 'sort sequence'" All other tables open
correctly, and they are all linked correctly. All I do is click on "OPEN"
in the OPEN - DESIGN - NEW area of the Objects window to get the error
message. Any idea of what's happening?
Thanks a lot...
Mike from Moriches
Nov 13 '05 #1
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In the front-end file, try deleting the table link and relinking that table.

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Hello-
I have a normal application split into a frontend and backend. The
tables are in the backend. All tables open correctly from the backend.
When in the OBJECTS window (F11) in the front end, one table will not
open in datasheet view. I get the error message 3075 "Syntax error
(missing operator) in query expression 'sort sequence'" All other tables
open correctly, and they are all linked correctly. All I do is click on
"OPEN" in the OPEN - DESIGN - NEW area of the Objects window to get the
error message. Any idea of what's happening?
Thanks a lot...
Mike from Moriches

Nov 13 '05 #2

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