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    SQL.log (2000)

    Client reports every time she opens any database, an entry is appended to a file SQL.log. At over 800 megs, this is not a good thing. How do we turn off this and/or what is causing this to happen?

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    Re: SQL.log (2000)

    Brenda

    We used to get these logs from "ordinary" SQL Server, and we just deleted them when we got bored with how big they got. (We never found out how to stop them being added to).

    I don't know whether this is acceptable behaviour in Access, though...

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    Re: SQL.log (2000)

    This is not standard Access behavior. You will have to find out whether the databases use external data, for example in a SQL Server database.

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