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Forum: BOOK: Beginning Access 2003 VBA August 11th, 2007, 08:29 PM
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Posted By GM_Access
Yep, I've tried these suggestions and have tried...

Yep, I've tried these suggestions and have tried a few of my own half-brained tricks to no avail. An un-documented de-bugging challenge??

Frustrating, as the book is really very well written and...
Forum: BOOK: Beginning Access 2003 VBA August 7th, 2007, 07:34 PM
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Posted By GM_Access
I figured it out, +/-, seems that the server name...

I figured it out, +/-, seems that the server name has to be followed by "\SQLEXPRESS", so "(local)/SQLEXPRESS" did the trick.

Thanks to...
Forum: BOOK: Beginning Access 2003 VBA August 7th, 2007, 06:48 PM
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Posted By GM_Access
Connecting to SQL Server 2005 Express Locally

I've tried, and have so far failed, to use the instructions on pp239 onwards to create a new .adp using a new database.

Can anyone refer me to the idiot-proof, step-by-step method that should be...
Forum: BOOK: Beginning Access 2003 VBA August 7th, 2007, 06:44 PM
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Posted By GM_Access
I don't know the 'why', but I seem to have gotten...

I don't know the 'why', but I seem to have gotten around it by adding an error trapper:

On Error GoTo HandleError

(code, code, code)

HandleError:
If Err.Number = "80004005"...
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