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Hi, Everyone,

 I downloaded a sample database called appuser that allows you to tell who is logged in to any access database.  It's written for Access 95 and I wonder if anyone knows of a similar utility for XP.  Any recommendations on use of this type of LDB viewer, good or bad?    
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Here's an alternative to the LDB viewer for use in A2K:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;198755
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I just use TextPad (a great text editor - like notepad, thats free)

www.textpad.com

If you need to do it from an app, im sure a simple FileIO function will easily pasre the file to retrun a list you are after.. Do you have the code that this app uses??

Dave
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I'd forgotten where I downloaded the file but finally found it! here http://www.mvps.org/access/modules/mdl0055.htm.  The links at the bottom point to the same article you pointed to, Shane, so you were right on target.  Thanks!
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I knew the viewer was on the MVPS site but I hadn't looked at that page to see if it had been updated recently - I assumed it hadn't, my apologies, I should have checked there first.
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