The average number of fields in the tables is probably 10 to 15. Please ( LoginorRegister )Custom Search UtterAccess Forums>Microsoft® Access>Access Errors + Error Handling Reserved error (-1104); there is no message for this error Forum HomeSearchHelpUA Messages|-- UtterAccess.com NewsAccess Knowledge Any help is appreciated. one hurdle down, the same error later on I managed to get the select count(*) to work by explicitly declaring my param to be CDbl (even tho the var is defined http://supercgis.com/reserved-error/reserved-error-1104.html
Fri, 14 Jun 2002 03:00:00 GMT Mario Osori#2 / 2 <<< Reserved Error (-1104) >>>>>>> I've received the same error, not sure why or how, but I've related it to I don't know what caused the problem or how long it has been around. error (-1104) Suddenly, I do not have access to several linked tables. There are plenty of Foreign Key fields around and about, linking to Primary Keys in other tables, so relationships page is pretty hectic. learn this here now
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You'll be able to ask questions about MS Office or chat with the community and help others. It's not necessary to define a relationship between two tables. But I can open in every pc 8 forms linked to the same database and everything will be ok. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=283027 Sometimes I'll open a form and all the data will be there.
I can only presume that Access is closing down the queries properly when closing forms...? If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate? Reserved error (-7748); there is no error message for this error 4. Views: 32 I am having trouble finding information on this error.
SQL Reserved Words This list includes all words reserved by the Microsoft Access database engine for use in SQL statements. I tried this with an exact copy (with no data) from the [MFADS Data] table to the new, empty table and the same error occurs, so it's not a matter of Whosoever designed this database has used reserved words like name, date, time etc to name the columns of the table. Home | Invite Peers | More Database Groups Your account is ready.
srmousseView Member Profile Feb 16 2006, 01:43 PM Post#6Posts: 7Joined: 27-June 05looks like just a simple "restart" resolved the issue. http://supercgis.com/reserved-error/reserved-error-1104-microsoft-access.html Similar Threads error in table mrisher, Jul 8, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Access Database Table Design Replies: 2 Views: 749 John Vinson Jul 8, 2003 search error scott, Jul 9, 2003, chris_lydon replied May 23, 2014 Some forms don't display data properly. Or is it a corrupt db file?
Reserved Error (-7776); there is no message for this error. 10. Dios te ayude May God help you :-[ have a happy new year ... There is very little VBA attached to forms. have a peek at these guys I'm going to try them both out later today and see what impact they have.
You can define a secondary table that uses a Foreign Key without defining a relationship between that (secondary) table and the primary table. That is, you may have a single, primary table to which you link several (up to the limit of relationships for a single table - thirty two) secondary tables, all using Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes 12-07-2015, 03:18 AM #1 radek225 Newly Registered User Join Date: Apr 2013 Posts: 300 Thanks: 74 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Error
Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.Tek-Tips Posting Policies Jobs Jobs from Indeed What: Where: jobs by Link To This Forum! Do you get the same error when you open other Access databases? And every single one of those secondary tables may be in a one-to-many relationship to the primary table (that is, there can be multiple records in the secondary table with the The words in the list that are not in all uppercase letters are also reserved by other applications.
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To investigate further, I found some code on this page: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8297764/how-to-get-count-of-db-recordsets-references-to-debug-err-3048-cant-open-mo ...which I used to help test how many recordsets are open. In particular, I did wonder if the query structure I have was something along the lines of opening (and not closing) ADO connections... which is a bit retarded, but whatever. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!).
HomeForumsWikiLinks HelpGuidelinesActive TopicsSearch Search this forum only?More Search Options [X]My Assistant Loading. Steele Feb 3, 2007 Reserved error (-1104) Mark Parent, Apr 3, 2008, in forum: Access General Replies: 1 Views: 154 Tom van Stiphout Apr 4, 2008 error (-1104) Mark Kubicki, May No, create an account now. A colleague of mine was opening a legacy 2003 Access database thats in the process of upgrading in 2013 but currently testing on our test server with Access 2010, and after
it looks to be a system issue and not a db issue... If you are setting the RecordSource of a form to one of the linked queries, I would suggest adding Form_Open and Form_Close event procedures to the form, and setting the RecordSource Related VMware EVO-Rail Hyper Converged Infrastructure Appliance Simplify and Accelerate Service Delivery with SmartCloud ... Shoud I set rst = nothing?
Over time, you will reach the point where the number of open connections is exceeded - and that would certainly qualify as "too many databases open." If that is the cause gemma-the-husky View Public Profile Find More Posts by gemma-the-husky