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I'm currently working on a project to convert our Access Apps to store the table data in SQL Server.

Using SSMA to migrate the data results in the foreign keys and Look-ups work as expected in Access when completed. However, if I import & link directly from SQL Server back to Access, the foreign key look-ups do not work.

The only difference I can determine in the links is, the ones SSMA created do not specify a DSN and the ones I manually created do.

I'm hopefully someone might have run into this in the past and might have some insight.

We are migrating from Access 2013 to SQL Server 2012.

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I finally determined the lookups have the be setup in Access, they won't automatically be created when attaching a sql server table as a link.

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