ALTER TABLE "TableName" DROP COLUMN "Pics";
Execute, close and reopen the database document.
If this does not help, You can extract the script file out of the
document archive, remove all references to that picture column and
rebuild the database from script.
OK. I cannot even access the Tools/SQL menu without receiving the original
error. So I extracted the script file and removed the "Image" references.
Then I can save the script file as whatever I want to call it. But at this
point I do not know how to "rebuild the database from script" as you
Can you describe the process?
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