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Old July 12th, 2007, 07:39 AM
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I have created a form in Pivot Table View.

The form runs fine on all local workstations but does not display any data on Server 2003.

Anyone know of any issues with Access forms in Pivot Table view and Server 2003?

Steve

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Hi Steve

I run a few Pivot Table and Pivot Chart froms on Server 2003, and haven't encountered any problems displaying data as yet. Could you submit some more details regarding the design of you db, ie where is the data coming from, local tables, linked access tables, sql etc. And how is the form being opened , VBA, macro or just being opened from the database window.

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Thanks for the reply.

It is an Access 2003 MDE.
I have a form with a subform. The subform is in Pivot Table view.
The datasource of this subform is a Select query and the tables are linked from a backend on the server. The Slect query does use other queries that calculate totals etc.
The form is opened in VBA with just DoCmd.OpenForm "FormName".

The parent form just has some buttons that provide filtering for the subform but there are no filters applied when the form first opens.

The main form displays fine and no errors are displayed. The subform does not show any data (white box) and does not appear to load as trying to set filters does generate an error that 'the object is not loaded or does not exist'.

I have no problems on any local workstations. This only happens when running the app on the server or through Remote Desktop.

Thanks again for your help.

Steve
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Hi Steve,

Sorry not to have got back sooner, but have been a little busier than normal, can i just clarify, can you view any data in the linked tables from the server?

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Sorry for my delayed response...been on vacation!

I am having a problem with just this one form. All other forms and queries work fine. The only unique thing about this form is that it is in Pivot Table View. The server does not seem to like this...maybe Pivot Table View requires some Office component that is not installed on the server?

Steve




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