Linked Foxpro tables not editable?


J

Joseph Greenberg

I installed the Visual Foxpro drivers available on the MS site. I then added
in a "freedirectory" via ODBC Administrator. When I link to a foxpro table
(dbf) in Access 2007, if I try to change a record, it tells me the recordset
can't be edited. Any idea why not? No other program or process has the table
open.
 
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