Pasted record in locked form crashes database
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This worked fine until I found out that a record can be selected and pasted but then because of a unique index on a control you can't move on and can't edit the field with the unique index so youre stuck.
I can't seem to get the following code to prevent additions if that is what I want to do? I get a runtime error 438 "object does not support this property or method...
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I run a few complex calculations at form level and I have set record locking in that form to "Edited Record". This works great but if another user on the network opens up the same record it causes a lot of problems with my form (I think its because some of the calculation code is trying to update the "locked" record)
Is there anyway of notifying users that the record is currently locked for editing? Perhaps also a flag so I don't run calculations on locked records ?
User 2 selects the same record and is able to edit it. THIS is what I need to prevent. If a user has a record displayed on the form I want it to be locked so that when another user tries to select that record they are told that it is locked. Selecting the option "Edited Record" does not do it.
When I save and close the 2nd form, the 1st form will not show the new record until I close and reopen it. Is there a way to update the 1st form after saving the new record in the 2nd form. See attached view of the two forms.
You tried to update a field in a record or table that is currently locked by another user. Wait for the other user to finish working with the record or table, and then try the operation again.
In Microsoft Access, you tried to change the value of a control whose Locked property is set to Yes.
I am the only one using the database and can not find any field that is set to "locked". The database is ready to use but I need to solve this problem, any ideas what to do
I have a similar hyperlink in my database on another form and it works correctly, but for some reason, when I set the hyperlink up in my subform it doesn't direct to the correct record or it just opens the form to a blank record.
I copied and pasted the fields from the form that worked into the subform and what I explained above is what happens.
Does anybody have an example of code that will check if database is locked. If database is locked, data from the form can not be imported and user should be notified. Is there an error code for it, like there is a code 53 if database file is missing
Private Sub Form_Current()
If Me.Approved = False Then Family.Locked = False DataX.Locked = False Model.Locked = False
Family.Locked = True DataX.Locked = True Model.Locked = True
Private Sub chkDischarged_AfterUpdate()
If Me.chkDischarged = False Then
Form.sfrmPatAct.Enabled = True
Form.sfrmPatAct.Enabled = False
The problem is that when that record is reopened in that form, even though the checkbox is ticked, the subform is not locked, anyone got any ideas on why this is happening