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Access 97 MicroSoft Jet Database Engine Error List

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by LinuxGold, Mar 11, 2004.

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  1. LinuxGold

    LinuxGold Thread Starter

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    Is there any url out there on Internet that lists all Access 97 Microsoft Jet Database Engine Errors? I.e. Run-time error: 63933

    Tried that on help menu to no avail, paper clip is laughing at me.
     
  2. MustBNuts

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    I started taking a look around but found that you haven't provided enough information.

    Under what circumstances are you getting the error?

    MBN
     
  3. LinuxGold

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    While running the report using module, it said "Run-time error: 63933 no current record" I'm trying to figure out if there is specific error statement for error number 63933.

    There *IS* record, and for some reason it couldn't find any.
     
  4. MustBNuts

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    Are you using strictly Access or do you have any other programming language involved (VB, Foxpro, etc)?

    If this is strictly within Access, are you populating the report via a query? If so, run your query and see if you are getting the error; if data is coming straight from a table, try creating a query and then a report based on the query.

    Let me know how you make out.

    MBN
     
  5. LinuxGold

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    Strictly Access. I'll try running queries and let you know shortly. It's a big program. (company wants this tricycle to handle 18 wheeler load)
     
  6. MustBNuts

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    That's always the way...company will only upgrade when Access fails, then they try to blame the programmer!

    Let me know,

    MBN
     
  7. LinuxGold

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    Yeah. I'm the scapegoat munching on the grass innocently.
     
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