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Form Causing HTTP 500 Internal Error

Posted on 2004-09-07
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I have one form in my database that causes the HTTP 500 Internal Server Error.  I have checked for @DBLookups, don't seem to be the problem.  Other forms in the database work fine.  I do not have access to the server logs to check for errors.  Any other ideas?
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by:HemanthaKumar
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To narrow down which field is causing the error... cut , save and preview the doc. Eventually you will figure out the field which is causing this error.

Secondly, make sure the webqueryopen agent is available.

~Hemanth
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And paste back the field if that is not the cause of error ;-)
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by:Jaziar
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Ended up being that my hidden views that my DBLookups where using did not have accesses set up correctly.  Onced I opened up the access, all worked.
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