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I am working on a budgeting database and am currently creating a report that compares the budget to the actual costs for one department. There are a bunch of stacked queries to arrive at both the budget numbers and the actual numbers, and the results are also attached to the values of a form (setting the date range and which budget number to compare).

The budget and actualnumbers are joined in a union between a left join of the two and a right join of the two (Many to many).

The query itself runs, slowly, However, when I try to make a report of the query (and I made a fresh one with no totals or anything) I receive a "system resource exceeded" error.

I traced the queries the first time I did this and found one step that is the third from the bottom of the actual costs side of the query that I made into a table (the table will be able to be appended just once a month) and used this table in all of the subsequent queries instead of the original query.
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System Resource Exceeded

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I've been creating a fairly complex (the equations and calculated fields anyway) Access 2007 database for the company I'm at right now for the past several weeks. I have run into numerousissues and have been able to overcome them (with help from Access World Forums of course).

Here's the deal. I've broken Access. System Resources Exceeded error messages are popping up when I am just 3 fields away from being completely done with the database.

There are many, many calculated fields in different queries (about 50 calculated fields in about 30 queries).

I don't have too many tables (32 is the max) for a query. I don't have too many joins (16 is the max).
 

"System Resource Exceeded" On One PC But Not Other PC's

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I am getting a "system resource exceeded" message when running a macro in a database on one PC but the same database and macro do not generate the message on other PC's.

The PC that is giving the error message is a Win7 64bit PC with i7-2600k CPU, 16gb RAM using Office 2003.

Two other PC's both running Win7 64bit with Office 2003 and less RAM and less powerful CPU run the macro OK without any error message.

Is there some trick to configuring the BIOS or Access for use on a sandybridge motherboard/CPU that I am not aware of? All PC's are clean fresh installs of Windows and Office 2003 with all microsoft updates applied.

If it is not some configuration issue that I am not aware about then I am assuming I have a hardware issue from either the motherboard or RAM or CPU on the PC that yields the error message?
 

System Resources exceeded

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My client wants me to copy data stored in around 40 excelsheets to the access table. So I have done following steps:

1. Link all excelsheets in Access as follows:

File->Get External Data->Link tables

2. So after doing it I have 40 linked excelsheets in Tables tab.

3. Now I am going to write union query that will combine the data from all the tables.

Now when I write the sql union query then it gives me "System resources exceeded" message. So I tried to apply union to few tables first e.g 10-15 and it worked. I named this query Query1.

Now when I try to write union sql again to combine data from Query1 with rest of all the tables then again the same message appears "System resources exceeded"

Please guide me how can I combine all the tables together(They have the same format) as I want just one table that will store data from those 40 excelsheets
 

Combining separate excel report data

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I have five separate reports generated in Excel with budgetary data (BOY, MY, Actuals, EOYProj, etc.). Each report uses different resource codes associated with the budgetary data (I.e., supplies, supplies_gen, sup, supplies1, 1supplies),

I have established a standard set of resource codes which I want to use to combine all five separate reports into one.

What I want to do is find a way to automatically convert the five separate reports to the one central set so that I don’t have to hand-jam each report and its multiple lines of resource codes into one set.

I have been trying to find a method in excel without success. Someon mentioned I might try using access queries. Appreciate anyhelp.
 

Combining separate excel report data

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I have five separate reports generated in Excel with budgetary data (BOY, MY, Actuals, EOYProj, etc.). Each report uses different resource codes associated with the budgetary data (i.e., supplies, supplies_gen, sup, supplies1, 1supplies), but all the same budgetary information. I have established a standard set of resource codes which I want to use to combine all five separate reports into one. What I want to do is find a way to automatically convert the five separate reports to the one central set so that I dont have to hand-jam each report and its multiple lines of resource codes into one set. I have been trying to find a method in excel without success. Someon mentioned I might try using access queries
 

Selecting minum from category: System ressource exceeded

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I have a table that has

Category SubCategoy Value

With my query I want to select for each row the minimum vale in the category:

I use the following query, as some categoriy combinations might not exist.

SELECT PrePreReport.Category, PrePreReport.SubCategory,
(SELECT MIN(PrePreReport.Value) FROM PrePreReport WHERE Category=PrePreReport.Category AND
SubCategory =PrePreReport.SubCategory AND
PrePreReport.Value <> 0 AND

EXISTS(
SELECT MIN(PrePreReport.Value) FROM PrePreReport WHERE Category=PrePreReport.Category AND
SubCategory =PrePreReport.SubCategory AND
PrePreReport.Value <> 0 AND )

AS MinValue
FROM PrePreReport;

Running the query I got the "System ressource exceeded" error.any idea?

I'm working on that issue since 4 hours and no solution in place.
Is the query inefficient
 

File sharing lock count exceeded

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I am trying to add a autonumber to my table and getting the following error:

File sharing lock count exceeded. Increase MaxLocksPerfile registry entry.

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Conditional calculations in a query?

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I have two tables with the necessary fields in bullets:

ResourceAllocation

* ID (Primary Key)
* Resource Start Date
* Resource End Date
* Percent Utilization

tblRA2012

* ID (Primary Key)
* ResourceAlloc (tied to ResourceAllocation Primary Key)
* Weekx (x = 1-52 for a total of 52 fields)

How the data entry works is that a person will fill in the [Resource Start Date] and [Resource End Date] for a given resource allocation. For various reasons, I need that represented in individual weeks as well. it would be something similar to:

Week 1:
If ResourceAllocation![Resource Start Date]#1/7/2012# Then
tblRA2012!Week1.value = ResourceAllocation![Percent Utilization].value
End If

can I do that conditional type of stuff in a query? I don't know enough of about SQL yet to put it all together,
 

Checking data between dates

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I have a list of resources I want to use. I need to be able to allocate a resource for a period say between 5/02/11 and 13/02/11. What I need to so is, if the resource is used or booked, is not allow it to be allocated until after the end date as above.
 

File sharing lock count exceeded. Increase MaxLocksPerFile registry entry.

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I try to add id field to table and get this:

"File sharing lock count exceeded. Increase MaxLocksPerFile registry entry."

So I try to troubleshoot with MS recommendation (note that I'm actually using MS-Access 2010):

In Microsoft Office Access 2007 that is running on a 32-bit Windows operating system, use Registry Editor to locate the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\12.0\ Access Connectivity Engine\Engines\ACE
# n the right pane of Registry Editor, double click MaxLocksPerFile. # On the Edit DWORD Value dialog box, click Decimal.
# Modify the value of the Value data box as required, and then click OK.

I change value to 5000000 and I still get this in Access:

"File sharing lock count exceeded. Increase MaxLocksPerFile registry entry."

I try to change value to 9000000 and I get this from Windows XP:

"The decimal value entered is greater than the maximum value of a DWORD. Registry Editor will truncate the value entered."

So I'm not sure what to do. I'm just trying to add an id field to a table.