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Access 2002 missing reference {known} bug - Knowledgebase #287413

Posted on 2004-03-26
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QUESTION:
Is there someplace I can refer to that will list the Access VBA References along with all the {DLLs}, {TLBs}, etc. associated with the reference?

BACKGROUND:
I have just upgraded one of my customers to OfficeXP from Office2000.
Everything works OK except the users occasionally get the following error message:

"... missing or broken reference to the file OWC10.dll version 1.1"

However, when I look at the VBA references, there are no {MISSING} references.

Microsoft acknowledges the problem/bug in Knowledgebase Article 287413 and tells you how to fix it, provided
you can translate the error message {i.e., OWC10.DLL} to the appropriate reference.  Since there is not a {MISSING}
to mark the problem reference, I have no idea what reference OWC10.DLL refers to.

Thanks,
Slator
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   Dim loRef As Access.Reference
    Dim intCount As Integer
    Dim intX As Integer
   
   
   
    Err.clear

    'Count the number of references in the database
    intCount = Access.References.Count
   
    For intX = intCount To 1 Step -1
       
        Set loRef = Access.References(intX)

        Debug.Print loRef.Name, loRef.FullPath

        debug.print loReg.IsBroken        
    Next
   
    Set loRef = Nothing

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Thanks for the quick response.  I will award the points.

Slator
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