ODBC Too many indexed
I am trying to like to a table in an AS400 and I am getting the message:
"The operation failed. There are too many indexes on table. Delete some of the indexes on the table and try the operation again."
1) I know the structure of the table, i.e. Name, Fields, etc.
2) I do not need all of the items in the table
3) This will be a read only connection to I am not really worried about indexs being compete
4) How do I see/get/read the information from the table I need
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ODBC--connection to 'database' failed
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Microsoft ODBC Administrator
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