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Access 2002 vs Access 2003

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I have a small access database that consists of linked tables to/on an Oracle server. Relationships are configured in 2002 to allow a secondary table to display records where a one to many join exists. In 2002, I can see each of the primary table rows has an expandable subdatasheet. Nothing I can do in 2003 will show this same expandable subdatasheet view of the associated records in the secondary table.

I'm -><- this close to backing off 2003 and reinstalling 2002. Anyone know how to show subdatasheets on linked tables? It's greyed out (insert // subdatasheet), in case anyone is wondering.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Oct 10 '06 #1
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bump, if anyone could shed some light i would sincerely appreciate it!
Oct 12 '06 #2

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bump, if anyone could shed some light i would sincerely appreciate it!
I can't pull up current date"date()". Does anyone know why 2003 does not execurte this code
Oct 13 '06 #3

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