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When i try connecting to my database i get an error.
The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot open the file "FILENAME\file.mdb". It is already opened exclusively by another user or you need permission to view it's data.

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The error message says it rather well. The file is in use.

If you are sure that it *shouldn't* be in use, check for a *.ldb file. This is the Access db lock file. If you are confident that nothing is actually using the file, delete the *.ldb file and the database should be "unlocked".

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 The error message says it rather well. The file is in use.

If you are sure that it *shouldn't* be in use, check for a *.ldb file. This is the Access db lock file. If you are confident that nothing is actually using the file, delete the *.ldb file and the database should be "unlocked".

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The file you mentionned does not exists. This error normally occurs at the start of day when no one has logged into this application and database.

 


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