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WEIRD Internal Error Access 2010

Posted on 2011-03-17
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This is one of the weirdest things I've seen Access do (and I've seen a lot):

Access must have $&%#!## up something internally in the accdb file, 'cos when I run it or try to compile it, it tells me that certain OnGotFocus subs don't match the description of the event or are duplicated :O

I've triple checked everything, and the Sub parameters are correct and they are not duplicated :O

I'm completely flabbergasted :O

Anyone has any idea???

Error when RunningError when compiling
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Can you upload the db ?

Also ... the mods are likely to be noticing your language ... not really appropriate here.

mx
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by:Hikarus
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mmm... sorry about the language :(  I was really P**** off yesterday :)

can't upload the file. It's almost 15Mb :O
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I fixed it erasing ALL THE CODE, relinking each object with new routines, and pasting back the routine codes. SAD :(
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 In the future, I would try a /decompile or better yet, creating a fresh DB and importing evetyhing into it.

JimD.
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So, the issue is resolved ?

mx
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I fixed it removing all the subs, and re-linking them from scratch to the controls.
veeery weird :(
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by:Hikarus
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It just worked :)
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