Can't update rows in a view if it includes a left-outer-joined bit column.

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I have a SQL Server 2008 view linked to Access 2007.

I cannot make updates to the rows if the view includes a bit data-type
column from a table that is left-outer-joined. In this case, if I
change any values in a row of the view, I get the message "the record
has been changed by another user...." with options to copy the data to
the clipboard or drop the changes.

If I exclude this column from the view then the view is updateable. I
can get this column into the view without having this issue by making
it a calculation, like [1 * <column-name>].

What's going on with this?

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