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Is this after you've switched to using a different copy?
It sounds like you have had read/write access in the past, is that 
right?  If so, what changed?

How do you know it's read only?
If your form won't let you change the data it's a local issue, if you 
can save but it makes no difference presumably thems who are 
administering the MySQL have set something.

Often the reason for having read only access through Base is that the 
table in question doesn't have a primary key defined, but if you've 
had write access before and nothing else has changed that would be 

Mark Stanton

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