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Access Bug Alert #Deleted
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   2 months ago

Another new bug has surfaced following an Office Update. This one has to do with Access 2016 and later. If you have tables linked to SQL Server, you may open a table and find all of the fields show #Deleted.

This has to do with issues with how SQL Server is handling a new type of datetime value. The easiest solution for now is to simply rollback the update and go back to the previous version. Alternately, Microsoft has posted some fixes on their website that you can try as well.

So far I've only heard from a couple of you that are experiencing this problem. Personally, I haven't encountered it, and I have automatic updates ON and I'm using SQL Server, so it doesn't seem to be affecting everyone.

If you're having this problem and need more help, let me know. If enough people are having problems, I'll put together a video or more help on what to do.

 

Comments for Access Bug Alert #Deleted
 
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29 daysSeems to Have Been FixedKevin Yip
2 monthsAdditional Bug InfoRichard Rost
2 monthsUpdated ODBC driver fixed itKevin Yip
2 monthsBugAdam Schwanz

 

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