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Error message"Could not read definitions; no read definitions permission for table or query "Equity Contact1"

Posted on 2004-10-22
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Hello there.
I have an Access Database thats apparently not working. When first running it, it gives me this error message.

"Could not read definitions; no read definitions permission for table or query "Equity Contact1"

What could this message mean.
Note: 'Equity Contact1' is a name of a query.

Thanks in advance.
Abdel
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Question by:Dayim
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    by:shanesuebsahakarn
    Sounds like a corrupt database. Try importing all of your objects into a new database and see if it works then.
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    by:Dayim
    What do u mean by corrupt. What is the cause of this. Can you tell without lookig at it. I asl bec the objects are alot .. Is there a way of importingf all of them at once ..
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    by:Dayim
    Is there a way of importingf all of them at once ..?
     
     
     
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    by:Dayim
    You see, the database is in a network drive, where it runs quite smoothly from my desktop but not my boss's desktop. He's the one getting the above error message. What should I do ?

    Thanks
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    by:Jmiker
    I just now ran into the same thing. The only thing I did to correct it was map a drive to the network share and open the database from that.
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