One of our clients insists on using their access database to control the mysql data. They have forms set up that change 4 different table's data in the SQL database. They all bring the data into access fine, but for some reason only 2/4 are allowing us to edit it.
Say... We've got "Testing WHT TESTING WHT" in a field. It will load that fine into a text/edit box in access on a form, but normally where you could go in and edit the text and then close it and it will update the database, it wont let us edit it. You can't change any text or add any or anything, yet in the other forms you can. And nothing is different.