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How to create an Access query to find # symbol into a field?

It seems easy but I'm missing something. I have a MySQL database that is connected from access through ODBC connector. I'm looking for the fields where there are # symbol but I'm getting zero ...
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ODBC Connection Not Refreshing

I am trying to connect FedEx Shipping Manager Integration Assistant to a SQL 2008 R2 database. I have a view created that has all the necessary fields to populate in the Integration Assistant. The ...
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Converting .TPS (TopSpeed) to SQL

I have an older application that uses TopSpeed as the database engine. I want to use some of the data contained in these tables in another application that uses SQL. To accomplish this, I purchased ...
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Is there a generic SQL-92 ODBC 64-bit Mac driver for Python?

I have a 4D SQL database which implements SQL-92. 4D's ODBC driver does not work on my system because it is compiled for 32 bit (and I am on 64 bit) and it is closed source. I wonder if there is ...
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SELECT value from database over ODBC wont reach the software [closed]

SQL Server 2008 R2 latest updates. SQL server ODBC driver version 6.01.7601.17514 PS!!! native drivers are incompatible with the software so i cannot use them. I cannot edit or change the server ...
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Duplicate Customer Records for SQL Query from ODBC with Joins and Group Bys [duplicate]

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SQL Query with ODBC, Joins and Group Bys

I am having issues with the statement below. The main purpose of the query is to pull a list of customers into an Access db from ODBC (our customers are stored in DB2 on IBM i). The query is ...
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Access ODBC reserved error 7711

I have user who is trying to access some tables from our Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 system (which very recently got moved to a brand new hardware/software stack) using Access 2007 via an ODBC ...