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Too Many Indexes To Link


I am trying to link a Progress table into Access. However, the Progress database table has 41 indexes. I have even tried to import and get the same error - Too many indexes - . Is there a way to get around this? Currently I am importing to Excel then linking Excel to Access. The table is time sensitive so a live link is the best. Any ideas? Thanks


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