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Old October 1st, 2003, 12:56 PM
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Hey bob,
thnx for all that! I figured that they were seperate issues after looking up some things. I do have all the libraries refereced as you said. I have office 9.0 lib instaleld so im using that. Everything works fine in access 97 but in access 2000 i keep getting problems with the custom commandbar. It does compile but doesnt run when you open a form. And I have access 97 and access 2000 installed. I didnt know that could give me a problem, does it???

thnx,
Sam

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there should only be one version (the latest) of this particular library listed in your references dialog
Unless of course you have multiple versions of Access installed.



 
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Hey,

I figured out my problem. The person who designed the access 97 database created a custom menu bar which was not converted correctly so for the commandbar's to work i recreated the menu bar in access 2000. Thanks Bob for all the help.

I have an issue converting DAO to ADO though, if anyone can help? how does DAO's workspace convertions look like in ADO???

thnx,
Sam

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Hi Sam,

Glad to here you got it going.

In ADO the Connection object does double duty compared to DAO.

In DAO the Workspace object defines the session for a user and the Database object defines a data source.

In ADO the Connection object does both. It defines a session for a user for a data source. The conversion looks like:


' DAO
Dim dbs as DAO.Database
Set dbs = DBEngine.Workspaces(0).OpenDatabase(".\Northwind")


' ADO
Dim cnn as New ADO.Connection
cnn.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=.\Northwind.mdb;"

(though there are several ways to write these statments)

HTH,

Bob






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