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Microsoft Access doesn't support design changes to the version of Microsoft SQL Server

Dear All,

Access adp on sql-server 2000

After upgrating to A2003 updating data with 1 perticular combobox causes the
program to hangs without any error-msg.
Traying to change te combobox recordsource i get this error:

This version of Microsoft Access doesn't support design changes to the
version of Microsoft SQL Server your project is connected to. See the
Microsoft Office Update Web site for the latest information and downloads
(on the Help menu, click Office on the Web). Your design changes will not be
saved.

The solution in :
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;313298

tolks about SP 'dt_verstamp007' but I have SP 'dt_verstamp006'

What should I do.
Is the failure of the combobox also caused by the absence of dt_verstamp007
???

Filip
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Hi, Filip

What edition of SQL Server are you using ? This message normally
appears if you have MSDE (Desktop Edition). However, if you only want
to modify the recordsource of a combobox (without changing any views or
other objects in the database), you may be able ignore this error and
make those changes.

Razvan

Jul 23 '05 #2
The updating-problem with the combobox was caused by a to complex
recordssource of the form.
Strangly it worked perfect in access2000.

Filip
"Razvan Socol" <rs****@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi, Filip

What edition of SQL Server are you using ? This message normally
appears if you have MSDE (Desktop Edition). However, if you only want
to modify the recordsource of a combobox (without changing any views or
other objects in the database), you may be able ignore this error and
make those changes.

Razvan

Jul 23 '05 #3

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