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Use unique key for Sqlserver view for updates

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I use an MsAccess frontend app that uses a 2 table view defined in
Sql(2005). When i link the view manually I can say (and cache in
Access) what field will be used as as primary key. This way I can
update data in the view (in both underlying tables). In fact the same
that is possible when I open the view via Sql management console.
But... normally I don't link tables manually. But then Access can't
get the information from Sqlserver what field can be used as a unique
Is there a way to define such a thing in Sqlserver. Something like a
'hint' during the view definition??
Or does someone know a workaround?
Feb 22 '08 #1
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