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Default Accessing UDFs in MS Access Module from VB6

Hello All,

I m developing an offline application using VB6 & MS Access, which is in .Net/SQL Server 2000. I have converted all UDFs in SQL Server 2000 in MS Access and re-wrote those in MS Access `Module` section. Also i re-wrote all views of SQL Server 2000 in MS Access in the `Query` section. All my queries and views works fine in the MS Access environment. But when i create Recordset in VB6 and call a query containg UDFs [now in the Module of Access] it throws an error `Undefined Function`...

Kindly help me out to solve this issue.

This is urgent. so please help me..

Thanx in Adv.


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Old November 26th, 2005, 08:31 AM
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