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Auto close Access after time period of non usage

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Is there anything that can be added to an MS Access Database that closes the Apllication if there has been a 30min period of non usage?
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Question by:JSSenior
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Rey Obrero earned 250 total points
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see the method discussed here
How to detect User Idle Time or Inactivity in Access
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=210297
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Use this on a form

sub form_load()
  Me.timerinterval = 30000
end sub

sub from_timer()
  me.close()
end sub

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by:JSSenior
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capricorn1,

Thanks for this, it seems to work but not always, any ideas why this may be?
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This works ... I've tested it:

http://www.peterssoftware.com/isd.htm

As does this (related):

http://www.peterssoftware.com/fsd.htm

Both are free ...

mx
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JSSenior:
Just curious, did you try Peter's solution.  It always works ;-)

mx
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by:JSSenior
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I never got to it, unfortunately so many other things have taken priority. Hope to get back on it next week, thanks for the info
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Also curious how the Assisted answer closes Form after no activity. Nothing in that code resets the time if activity *occurs*.  Did you test this?

mx
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by:JSSenior
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It was a while ago from what i remember i had to mess woth code a bit.
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