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Database ERROR << TableDef INDEX >>

Posted on 2002-04-22
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All Experts, Please HELP to get out of following DATABASE error.

I am getting following error while opening TABLE.

Table location & Name : K:\Soft\4.MDB << On SERVER >>

When I try to open table in the MS ACCESS it prompt to REPAIR table and then give following error.

ERROR :
K:\Soft\4.MDB is not an index in this table. Look in the indexes collection of teh tabledef object to determine the valid index name.

Please sugguest what to do.

It is very urget.

Regards,

Hiren Shah
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by:sridhar_PJ
ID: 6959739
Hi,
Better you open the MDB in access and repair the database.
Regards
Sridhar
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by:n_narayanan
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Do you have proper write access in the server?
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by:smart2000
ID: 6961039
I try to open the file in the ACCESS but same error it is showing.
Yes, I do have full write access to server.
Even I copy the file on the local drive and try to open using ACCESS but same error.
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sridhar_PJ earned 50 total points
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Hi,
Open MS Access. Click on Tools menu. Select Database Utilities and select compact and repair Database. Then select the databse. ok
Now i need a clarification. What version MS Access do u have. I am talking about Access2000.
If you try to open in Access97 you will get the same error.
Regards
Sridhar
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by:n_narayanan
ID: 6964827
It is better to create the database again, if you know the tables and constraints.

Narayanan.
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by:n_narayanan
ID: 6964831
if you still get the problem then send me the database to n_narayanan@yahoo.com, if it is not having any confidential data inside.

Narayanan.
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by:smart2000
ID: 6972926
I am usin MS Access 97 I try all the way of recovering data but failed.

Any way thanks for ADVICE, As you all made good friendly effeort to solve by problem, I sugguest you all share point.

Regards,

Hiren Shah
info@smartonnet.com
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