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ACCESS write conflict solution ???

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I am using an ACCESS 2003 .ADP as a frontend for a MS SQL Server 2005
Express Edition

I have a form, which has 4 subforms which all have the same table as
the subforms are part of a tab-control.

I encountered the problem, that after modifying a field in one subform
and changing
to another, an ACCESS-message-box appears which tells me that another
user has
modified the data and I can just save/ignore/save to clipboard.

I use a timestamp column within my table and also dont have an BIT
with possible NULL values.

how can I get rid of these ACCESS-message-box ?

any help with this is greatly appreciated,
thanx in advance!


May 8 '07 #1
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