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I just move a Access 2003 Database to a new server by copies the files over the network. When I try to run the application I get a run-time 3043 or a 2467.
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Question by:Ron-mds
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3043 is:

A2007
"Your network access was interrupted. To continue, close the database, and then open it again."

or
A2003
"Disk or network error."

Do you have a front end linked to tables in a backend ?  If so, you will need to re link those tables.

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by:Ron-mds
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Access 2003 and the MDB database are on the same computer Not sure about the frontend or how to relinkl
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Then what does this mean:

"I just move a Access 2003 Database to a new server"
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by:Ron-mds
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Access 2003 and the MDB database are on the same computer Not sure about the frontend or how to relinkl
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What do you mean 'new server' ?

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I different server. Just another server here in the office windows 2003 r2 server
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A new windows 2003 stand r2 server
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"Not sure about the frontend or how to relinkl"
Is there one mdb or two mdb's ?

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by:Ron-mds
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There is only one
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Can you confirm you have a good network connection, because that error pretty much means there is a problem with the network ...

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by:Ron-mds
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Yes the network is fine and everything is on the same server
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Can you upload the db?

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Sorry what do you mean by upload
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Upload your db so I can look at it ...

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by:Ron-mds
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Yes I could. This is strange from the orginal server I can run access and open the database on the new server just fine, but from the new server i cannot run access and open the database. seems like it must be some setting within the new access installation
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Could be a problem with installation.  Have you rebooted that computer lately?


How to upload:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/General/A_2790-How-do-I-attach-a-file-at-Experts-Exchange.html
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Yes I have rebooted I did a debug and this is the statement giving the error

Private Sub lblPractices_Click()
   Me.lblPractices.SpecialEffect = 2
   TimeDelay
   DoCmd.OpenForm "frmPractices"  ---------This line____________
   Me.lblPractices.SpecialEffect = 1
End Sub
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by:Ron-mds
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Here is the Database
MDS.mdb
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As I suspected, there are two mdbs.  See pix below.  All tables with a black arrow (eg Employees) are linked tables ... to another mdb.
The current path is shown in the 2nd image.
You need to located the MDS_be.mdb, and relink the Front End to the tables in the Back End (be).

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by:DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform)
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the pix below show how to use the Linked Table Manager to relink your tables.

When the Windows File Browse dialog appears, browse to the location of the MDS_be.mdb

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Found it sorry for my ignorance but how do i link them
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Did not award points need to cancel please
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THanks so much hope I get the points correct
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You are welcome ...

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Work great
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Thanks Again
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