docmd.openform Invalid database object reference
After modifying database links (front end to new backend),
one form does not open and generated reference error 3276.
I open the form by clicking on tree control node.
but It does not open directly from DB window.
but, If I compact & Repair the file it opens correctly.
What should I do in order to ovoid this error ?
Private Sub menuTree_Click()
Dim strcrit As String
stricrit = menuTree.SelectedItem.Key
DoCmd.OpenForm stricrit End Sub
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"Run-time error '3276': Invalid database object reference."
Below is my code. I have checked my tables, they are all fine. I haven't run into this error before and don't really know where to start. Thanks in advance.
Dim vQueryName As String
vQueryName = "qryAppend_HIST"
DoCmd.OpenQuery vQueryName, acViewNormal
Copys of FE on two computers
BE on shared file
Either computer can make changes, however if we try to open front end at same time on both computers the last one to open FE will get message invalid database object reference
I do not have the slightest idea what to do.
Windows XP patch 3
using ACCESS 2010 with file databse in 2007 format
Private Sub Command47_Click()
DoCmd.GoToRecord , , acNewRec
DoCmd.ApplyFilter "jobs form search
Private Sub Login_Click()
Dim Password As Variant
Password = DLookup("Password", "Users", "UserID = '" & Me.txtUserID & "' ")
If Nz(Password, "") = Me.txtpassword Then
DoCmd.OpenForm "Purchase Requisition"
DoCmd.OpenForm "Purchase Order"
DoCmd.OpenForm "Supplier Information"
MsgBox "Incorrect user ID or password"
DB is split to one Access file that contains only tables and to another that has forms, reports, queries, macros and modules. One copy of Access file containing forms, reports. is copied on the computer nr.
2 while computer nr. 1 contains one copy of file with tables and one copy of file with form, reports. Both Access files with Forms, Reports. are accessing the same one file containing tables.
It all works fine in case program is active only on one computer, or if it is initiated first on computer nr. 2 and then on computer nr. 1. In case the program has been initiated on computer nr.
1 first, it does not work on computer nr. 2. Messages "Invalid database object reference." followed by "Object invalid or no longer set." then followed by "The visual basic for Applications project in the database is corrupt." then again for 4 times "Object invalid or no longer set." then again "Invalid database objectreference." for 3 times and after that Access allows only blank database to be opened.
What should I do to make computer nr. 2 work unrelated to which machine triggered it first?
This database has been tested in this final configuration and troubleshooted extensively on my computer (which has the same domain and active directories as everyone else) and it works really well, but when attempting to install it on another computer I run into a problem.
"Invalid Database Object Reference" comes up as the login screen opens up.
If one clicks "OK" this error disappears and the login screen becomes accessible, however, the username combo box that is supposed to list the username only brings up an empty list and even when entering a valid username it does not recognize it
That all works fine but the OpenForm is failing me! I CAN run the code as follows:
Private Sub cmd1_Click()
If (DLookup("Password", "table1", _
"[ID]=" & Me.txtid.Value)) > 0 Then
'Close logon form and open splash screen
DoCmd.Close acForm, "f1"
MsgBox "Password Invalid. Please Try Again", vbOKOnly, _
This message happens with any table or query that would otherwise open without issues.
Because of the limit, a user can only have 1-2 complex forms open at a time before the error message loop happens and the user has to restart the database to get it to stop.
I tried to find a fix to this bug but to no avail, and for now simply enforce a form limit under the Form_Load() subroutine of each of these big forms. I found this article:
But the only thing I could find in terms of limits I may be reaching was Number of tables in a query = 32.
My question is if there is anything I can do to allow users to have more than 2 of these complex forms open, or if this is simply an MS Access limitation I have to live with?