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By mike_rookey ·
I have some database replication errors on a copy that no longer exists. Besides recreating the replication path/copy, is there any way of accessing the MySys tables that contain all the replication conflict information? MySys tables are owned by the jet engine and seem to be read-only? Help!!!!

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by Cindy - Extraordinary Brat In reply to Access97 Replication

I had the same problem! I emailed the database to my desk at work and opened the database in Office 2000, Access 2000. Then I could edit mysys tables. I had to convert the database though. Then save-as back to revert to access 97.

Another solution was to make a blank database, import all of your tables to the new database. Edit then import back.

Check your ODBC settings. The jet doesn't have to own your tables. You can change it there under Control Panel, odbc. Make them SYSTEM databasesand then you can edit them freely.

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