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recordset table names problem - Coldfusion Database Access

I just upgraded to CF 7 and now my table names show up as a file path instead of just the table name in Dreamweaver when creating new recordsets. Example: Instead of saying "Employees" it now says C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\...\databasename.Employees This makes choosing tables in a recordset a pain now. Any suggestions?...

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    Default recordset table names problem

    I just upgraded to CF 7 and now my table names show up as a file path instead
    of just the table name in Dreamweaver when creating new recordsets.

    Example: Instead of saying "Employees" it now says
    C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\...\databasename.Employees

    This makes choosing tables in a recordset a pain now.

    Any suggestions?

    bcremeans Guest

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    Default Re: recordset table names problem

    Is your db in the wwwroot/db file? also what kind of DB are you using?
    Johnny Derk Guest

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    Default Re: recordset table names problem

    The DB is an Access database in its own site specific folder. It worked OK
    under CF MX 6, but after the upgrade the entire path shows up instead of just
    the table name. Everything else works normally otherwise.

    bcremeans Guest

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    Default Re: recordset table names problem

    Try Changing driver to access with unicode
    Johnny Derk Guest

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    Default Re: recordset table names problem

    I tried Unicode, which fixes the table name problem, but it disables the "Use Default Username" option, which I need due to some linked SQL tables in my Access DB.
    bcremeans Guest

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