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I was wrong - it was in the KB. Of the following two articles, one =
suggests cooking your ODBC code in a UNICODE build to make it =
thread-safe, while the other is more explanatory than suggestive...

Q156138
Q169395

There's more on the subject to be mined in the KB, but I think at least =
one of these was the article I had run across that night.

As I think about it, I'm starting to lean toward the notion that MDB =
access will not be threadsafe, no matter how the ODBC code is cooked, =
until a new version of the Jet libs are distributed.

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- Brian Ebarb [MVP]
BESD Brian Ebarb Software Development Company
Parrent Software Corporation
Hi,

I tried to find this article but no joy, do you know the exact site
address as I am interested to read this . Thanks

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