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Oct 24, 2000

I did create the field on table as TinyInt. I created an appending query and appended the records to the SQL table. Now I have 0's or 255's in the field.
Shouldn't they be 0's and 1's instead????
What am I doing wrong?
What's the best way to convert the Yes/No fields into SQL, since I want to keep the access front end.
Thanks for any help.

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__________________________________________________ ___________
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