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  1. #1
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    Jan 2004
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    Unanswered: error accessing file. Netowkr connection........

    I have just started getting "Error accessing file. Network connection may have been lost" when my database is opened. (Access 2000)

    I use a split database with a back end consisting of tables queries and modules and a front end downloaded onto the users pc containing linked tables modules macros and forms.

    I also have problems deleting a form as when I go back in the database the form is being called again.

    Any help would be great cheers.

    James

  2. #2
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    Oct 2003
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    Have you imported forms ?

    This message is showed when u import forms or reports and donīt compile your application, immediataly after doing it

    And there is another bad news (if you donīt have a back-up, of course ) : Thereīs nothing to do in order to fix this problem !

    AH! This is an Access 2k bug. Itīs been repared in XP version


    PS.: Sorry if my English is not very good !
    My environment: Windows XP/ Access 2000 - Using Microsoft DAO 3.6 Library

  3. #3
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    Jan 2004
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    Cheers Mixirica,

    I have created a empty database and imported the forms ect and compiled the db again and hey presto.

    Cheers for the help.

    James


    Originally posted by Mixirica
    Have you imported forms ?

    This message is showed when u import forms or reports and donīt compile your application, immediataly after doing it

    And there is another bad news (if you donīt have a back-up, of course ) : Thereīs nothing to do in order to fix this problem !

    AH! This is an Access 2k bug. Itīs been repared in XP version


    PS.: Sorry if my English is not very good !

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