Access Error: This action will reset your code...
Posted on 2012-03-15
Hello, I am at a total loss. I have been updating queries, etc in an Access database (I use version 2007 to work but the actual file is v2003/.mdb). Somehow now, seemingly randomly, when I open some reports and they are churning through data I get the dreaded error message "This action will reset your project..." with the click Yes/No dialogue. If I click No the report opens fine.
After this error occurs I can't Compact and Repair the database as I get an error saying that I can't compact/repair using VB code and that I should use the Start Menu instead (but I already am using the start menu to compact/repair). Also, there is no way to close the database at this point without MSACCESS.EXE then being pegged at 100% and having to force close.
It's weird because I can still use the database even after these errors (by clicking "No") but I can't close it.
I'm thinking this has to do with some recent code in modules that I may have added recently--problem is I don't know how/where to find this.
PLEASE READ: Below are steps I have ALREADY TRIED and this does not fix the problem:
1) Compact/Repair Database
2) open file using the /decompile switch
3) Removed all References in VB, quitting and then adding these References back
None of the above works, issue persists. Thanks!