Access Error 2950!
On the sub:
Public Sub Form_Load()
When the form loads, it sets focus to combobox1. EASY RIGHT?!?!?!?!?!?
It works perfectly fine using Access 2007 on Windows XP.
When I open it on Access 2010 on Windows 7, I get Run-Time Error '2950'! Tried 4 different computers all with the same error!
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It loads data to a back end database. The program is getting this message.
Macro Name: ImportCounts
Action Name: RunCode
Error Number: 2950
I have checked the Trusted locations and added the program location in the program. I was told this is a local setting and can not be set on the server because we are using AC2007 runtime. Anyway changing the settings did not effect the message. Is that true? How do I get the program to run
The error number comes up 2950 which generates a run time error 2109 stating no field named in current record.
As the field is in the table that the form is bound to I have no idea what the problem is and it only comes up with the error occasionally. How can I prevent the error from ever coming up?
I have both databases in trusted locations that I have added through the registry. I have enabled network locations. I do not get a prompt indicating that they are not trusted, which shows me that they really are in trusted locations.
I have the full version of 2007 on my laptop and get no errors, however, on the client machine I get a 2950 error in the Autoexec macro.
I tried moving the function call in the macro into a form that would launch on startup instead of the macro and still get the runtime error, however, when I get the error in this fashion I do not get the error dialog like with the macro, I just get a runtime msgbox.
Now when I try to use the combo box I get an error. The drop down shows my clients and it allows me to start typing their name and have it show up, but when I select a name I get the error"procedure declaration does not match description of event or procedure having the same name" When I select "OK" on that message box an "action failed" box pops up with the following.
Error Number: 2950
I did a search for error 2950 and nothing that helped came up. I have enabled macros and selected to trust the source.
I recently started receiving a 2950 error when running the query from the macro, but when I run it manually itcompletes successfully.
I went to another form to see if that one worked w/ SetValue (because the database is trusted in my system), and it did. So my problem is that I'm receiving error 2950 (trust issues) inone form, but not receiving the same error, from the same function, on another form.
I've just built the 11th front-end (if you ask why so many, it's because its a multi-disciplinary team at at hospital and each sub-specialty needs their own db). I went down to their office to show them how to use it.
The basic setup is open the database and theres a splash screen. Click OK on the splash, and a macro runs which updates a couple tables in the back-end before opening the main menu.
The problem is, she is getting an Access Error 2950 when clicking OK to run the macro. It basically says she either doesn't have the permission to read/write to the tables (which she does)or someone else has the database opened exclusively (which we don't - we routinely have 4-5 people writing to the backend)
I've disabled all security, enabled all macros. I'm completely at a loss. My IT department is really only for networking issues and hardware faults, and the informatics team moved onto SQL Server so they don't support Access
Expression DLookUp("[Employee ID]","Contacts Extended","[File As]=" & [FULLNAME])
I am trying to update the EmployeeID field with the Employee ID from the Contacts Extended Query when the FULLNAME field is updated - FULLNAME from the form equals File As in the Contacts Extended query