Reserved Error (-1601)


D

Deanne

Using Access 97, I received this message when trying to
delete a record with incorrect data:

"Reserved error <Item>; there is no message for this
error. (Error 3000)

An unexpected error occurred. The specified code
identifies the conditions under which this error can
occur. Please contact Microsoft Product Support Services
for more information."

Look familiar to anybody?

Thanks
 
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Tony Toews

Deanne said:
Using Access 97, I received this message when trying to
delete a record with incorrect data:

"Reserved error <Item>; there is no message for this
error. (Error 3000)
ACC97: "Disk Error -- Reserved error (-1601)" When You Open an Access
Database http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=302498

Also see the Access Corruption FAQ at my website for instructions on
how to remove specific corrupted records from your table.

Tony
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D

Deanne

Got it - thanks. When importing objects to the new
database, will I have to re-establish the relationships
between tables?

Deanne
 
J

Joan Wild

You shouldn't have to as it will import the relationships by default. But
to double-check, when you import, click on Options and verify there is a
check beside Import Relationships.
 
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Tony Toews

Deanne said:
Got it - thanks. When importing objects to the new
database, will I have to re-establish the relationships
between tables?
As Joan states the importing should bring the relationships across.

However the layout of the relationships window won't come across. You
need the sysrels utility appropriate to your version of Access from
www.trigeminal.com.

Tony
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read the entire thread of messages.
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