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Message Posted: Wed, 07 May 2003 @ 15:55:35 GMT
<-- Anonymously Posted: Wednesday, May 07, 2003 11:30 -->
At some point in the past we were able to set up a Microsoft Access database to produce a number of reports. The data is stored in Teradata and was queries pointing at attached tables. We were able to get the connection to Teradata set up such that each user when connecting added their own userid and password through the standard ODBC logon pop up.
Since it was originally put together a couple of years back, something has changed. Now, in the logon popup, the userid of the person who did the table attach is being populated in the logon and is grayed out, which does not allow the current user to supply their own id. Adding insult to injury, we have been unable to set up new databases which allow entry of the current userid.
Anybody have information on how to define the attachment so that the userid field is available for entry, preferably without any custom code? Even better, how to undo whatever happened and unlock the field in the existing database so that we don't have to redo the work?
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