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Exporting from 2004 rev3 to Access 2003 Options · View
Posted: Wednesday, November 12, 2008 1:01:40 AM
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Joined: 11/12/2008
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Location: UK
When I export from XMLSpy 2004 rev 3 to Access 2003, it creates all the tables with Primary and Foreign Keys, but the Keys are out of synch on two tables

It only does this with 2 tables, but the corresponding key 5 in table one and key 5 in table two do not match the information from the XML file
Primary Key 5 is for a person called Tom Jones in table one, but Primary Key 5 is for a person called Betty Smith in table 2
The structure of the XML file is in the picture below - the offending sections are NAWPupilIdentifiers and NAWPupilStatus, the other 2 export OK

If I ask it to export to a Text File, it works fine

Is this a bug in the version I'm using or am I doing something wrong
I have tried the 2008 evaluation version and it works perfectly in that

Any help would be appreciated
Posted: Tuesday, February 03, 2009 8:11:29 AM
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Joined: 9/9/2005
Posts: 469
Location: AT

From your description it sounds as if this may have been a bug in that version of the software, now fixed. However, if you contact us with your files via the Support Center, we will be happy to verify things.
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