OpenForm action was canceled


T

tracktraining

Hi ALL,

I am getting this error message: The expression On Click you entered as the
event property setting produced the following error: The OpenForm action was
canceled.

I only get it when i open my .mde using runtime 2007. But if i open the same
..mde using the full access 2003, then i don't get that error. I am not sure
what is going on.

Can anyone help?

thanks.
 
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Allen Browne

If you have multiple versions of Access on 1 machine, and run under Windows
Vista, see:
Errors using multiple versions of Access under Vista
at:
http://allenbrowne.com/bug-17.html

If that's not the case, perhaps the A2007 machine is lacking a library
reference that the MDE uses.
 
T

tracktraining

nm.. i see my problem.. thanks.
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Learning


Allen Browne said:
If you have multiple versions of Access on 1 machine, and run under Windows
Vista, see:
Errors using multiple versions of Access under Vista
at:
http://allenbrowne.com/bug-17.html

If that's not the case, perhaps the A2007 machine is lacking a library
reference that the MDE uses.
 
C

Crossh

Would you mind telling me how you fixed the problem? I have an access
database 2003 that works fine on Windows XP, but gets the same error you
described when running under VISTA. Thanks.
 
C

Crossh

FYI, I decompiled then compiled all Access 2003 databases in my Windows XP
machine and now everything works fine on the Vista machines.
 
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C

Crossh

I figured out that if I de-compiled then compiled the code, compacted &
repaired the database, on my machine (Windows XP), everything works fine for
both operating systems and both versions of Access. I do this everytime I
make a lot of changes, or whenever I think about it. Go figure. Gotta love MS.
 
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T

tracktraining

sorry for the delay. But yes, i did the same as you Crossh - de-compiled then
compiled again.
 

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