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Hi All !

I am trying to edit the switchboards to change the previous actions. When I try to go to Switchboard manager, it says "Invalid procedure call or arguement" everytime.

How can I now change the switchboard items ?

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by:nico5038
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Looks to me the switchboard table has been corrupted or your access installation needs a reinstall.

Nic;o)
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by:jadedata
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Hey! neh2008,

  What did you edit in the switchboard table, did you change the data in the "Command" column??
  These "Command" values are directly mapped to constants in the Subroutine HandleButtonClick.
  If you change these value to something not recognized by HandleButtonClick you get this error.

regards
Jack
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by:neh2008
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Nop !

I never opened the switchboard table.

I always tried to use the switchboard manager and got the message everytime.

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Then I would start with a re-install and make sure all options are installed regarding Access.

Nic;o)
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by:jadedata
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ouch!  
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by:ahmedbahgat
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I really hate this access switchboard manger addon, it is very hard to deal with for just creating a few switchboard forms and navigate between'm  so I decided to always use my own and never used that stupid switchboard manager

cheers
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by:jadedata
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I'm on the boat with ahmedbahgat.  Once I modified how the switchboard form operated, I just kept going.  If I tried to use Switchboard Mangler on it, it would puke all over my desk.
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by:ahmedbahgat
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Thanks jack, switchboard manager is BAD

cheers
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by:jadedata
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neh2008:  have you looked at the module code for the Switchboard form created/managed by the SwMgr???
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by:ahmedbahgat
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damn complicated for access starters, you can achieve the same looking form with the same button and damn simple code to open forms and close forms

if a new option needed to be added to any of the swtchboard items, then just editing the corrsponding swtichboard by adding the extra button and the associated code/macro with it  very simple really

we do not need tables to store the buttons and what it will do when clicked, too much effort was put for almost nothing

a minor error with this module will cause a damn chain reaction of errors that can be hard to troubleshoot as this case in our hand

I will advice to replace it with your own forms, you will be in total control

cheers
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by:jadedata
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"damn complicated for access starters" - that much I'll agree with, but how do you learn until you "look under the hood" or "look under the bonnet" (depending on which side of the pond you're on...)
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