Write Conflict Access 2000 with SQL 7

From: Curtis C (ccrosby@fuentez.com)
Date: 03/19/03

From:     Curtis C <ccrosby@fuentez.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 12:34:35 -0800

I am having problems on a subform using Access 2000 with SQL Server 7.
First I changed all of the bit fields to a default of 0. That did no
good. Then I changed them to INT data type. I am still geeting write
conflict messages and have to end the ADP project through task manager.
Any ideas?

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