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Hi Michael,

Here's the SQL statement (reformatted) I got in the trace of the ODBC
library call:
  "SystemModels"."SystemModel" AS "SystemModel",
  "SystemModels"."SystemMfg" AS "SystemMfg",
  "SystemModels"."SystemMfgName" AS "SystemMfgName"
  "SystemModels" "SystemModels"
  ( "SystemModels"."SystemModel" =:link_from_SystemModel )

That last line has the problem. :(

Could be there are Problems with named parameter.
Open The *.odb-file.
Go to Edit → Database → Advanced Settings
Choose "Replaced named poarametr with '?'"

Hope you find "named parameter" there. The menue is different for
different connections.


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