On Jul 19, 2:58pm, Arnie Roberts wrote:
> Subject: RE: (RADIATOR) Microsoft Access problems
> On Monday, July 19, 1999 12:58 PM, Arnie Roberts
[SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote:
> > On Tuesday, July 20, 1999 3:44 AM, Mike McCauley [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> > > Hi Arnie,
> > > what is the data tpe of your TimeStamp column in Access?
> > >
> > > I have just been experimenting with an Access database where the
> > > column was a 'Number' (ie an int in SQL talk) with no problem .
> > >
> > > Cheers.
> > >
> > Hi Mike,
> > I've tried Number and Text with no success. I will scratch the database and
> > TimeStamp field as Number and let you know.
> > Thanks
> > Arnie
> I've just figured this out.
> Re-creating the table didn't work!
> In desperation I renamed the field title to StartTime and it worked!!!
> Presumably "TimeStamp" is a reserved name in Access and I was lucky enough to
> Mike did you use TimeStamp or some other name?
I used TIME_STAMP
I see there is a mention of 'Timstamp' being a problem column name for
MS-Access in the Radiator FAQ.
I will be bundling an example radius.mdb that will work with the example
sql.cfg in the next release. Anyone interested in it in the meantime? It
includes a couple of example queries and charts too. Just a starting point
really. Sure would be nice if an interested party fleshed it out and
contributed it back!
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