I don't usually, but... 10038
I don't usually, but... 10039
On Tue, 02 Aug 2005 03:03:41 -0400, DFS "Prompting for" and "defaulting to" are not the same thing, idjit. Don't you actually know anything about software as you...
On Mon, 01 Aug 2005 10:47:12 -0400, DFS
More like yours.
So, let me get this straight...not having a Primary Key defined is, according to you, a bad thing, and yet Access does nothing to faciliate the creation of one?
Yeah, that's some high quality software right there...NOT! Even OOo Base defaults to selecting a Primary field for you automatically.
Thanks for confirming that the software you prefer is as retarded as you are. You two are made for each other!
Would do that, which is why oplocks are a bad thing especially for multi-user shared files. For the relatively minor performance increase they provide, you can end up paying big time if something happens where the cached data can't get written back to the source. Of course, leave it to M$ to choose speed over reliability.
I obviously know better than you. Look at that convoluted crap of a "solution" you recounted above! You should be ashamed for yourself and for the platform you use that something that ugly would ever even be a consideration in a production environment!
You don't know the situation if this is the backwards-butt fix you came up with for the braindead file locking of your brian dead platform.
I don't usually, but... 10041
On Tue, 02 Aug 2005 04:29:22 -0400, DFS Lie. On creating a new table with the Wizard, Base defaults to automatically buttigning a primary in the dialog. To disable it, you have to...
And you keep on trucking with Office 97 running on Win98 on that P133 of yours there that runs just as well as OOo on Linux, buddy!
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