I'm working on a generic error handler. I've reviewed the other questions (and solutions!) regarding this process, but haven't found one that addresses the following nuance.
I understand that Access 2007 error codes have not only a numeric identifier and a description, but also have a code identifying the type or category of the error, i.e. a reference to the type of response Access should provide when it encounters the error. For example, some errors are application or object defined errors ("conAppObjectError").
I've found plenty of support to generate a table of all the error codes with their description, but none of the sample snippets of code I've found include the ability to include this "Response" code in the output. Knowing how Access will respond to any given error code, or to at least have an idea how serious Access determines the error to be, will be helpful for my routine.
Can any of you fine folks out there help me with this? As always, I am very grateful to you all for your willingness to assist!