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Error when linking to remote database

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by RWB, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. RWB

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    I'm in a .adp access database trying to use the Link Table Wizzard to Link a
    SQL database table (not in the current database).

    On the first screen of the wizzard, the Linked Server is dimmed, the
    TransactSQL option is checked - which is fine.

    I think click the New Source button and pick Microsoft SQL Server. I enter
    a Server Name and select Windows Authentication.

    On the next form, I find the database I want and I find and select the
    specific table I want within the database. Everything still fine.

    On the next form, I enter a name of file for the Data Connection to Save and
    Finish to - it defaults to a .odc file extension.

    On the next form I select the datasource I just saved and click Open.

    On the next form I select the 2 tables that I want and click Next.

    the next form has a message - " The link table wizzard has all the
    information it needs to create a Microsoft SQL Server view for each table you
    have chosen"
    On this form I click Finish.

    I then get the error - "Access to remote server is denied because no
    login-mapping exists"

    Soooooooooo what the heck it goes all the way through looking like it will
    work and then fails when it seems oh so close? thanks in advance
     
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