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Constantly getting the error "The linkmasterfields property setting has produced this error: 'Object or class does not support the set of events'

Posted on 2010-08-17
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I have created a database to track events and have a form called "Events" with 3 subforms.  Whenever I try to enter data into one of the subforms I get the error "The linkmasterfields property setting has produced this error: 'Object or class does not support the set of events'"

I think I may have something wrong with relationships, not really sure.  If I redo the subforms they will work fine for a minute but when I do a Compact and Repair I start getting the message again.

The file is attached; it automatically opens to the form in question, (Events).
Event-Planner---Copy-8-17-10-11-.accdb
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Jeffrey Coachman earned 125 total points
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1. I could not replicate your issue.
I had no problem entering new records in any of the subfoms.
I even closed and re-opened the DB and the records I added were still there...

2. Does this happen on all machines?, for all databases?

3. Make sure you have all your updates installed for Windows And MS Office.

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by:shaydie
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I could not reproduce the error either.
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by:apsonline
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Thanks for being the first responder.  After reading your post I tried on another machine and did not have the problem.  Rebooted the machine with the problem and ran updates and the problem is no longer occurring.
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