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I have a Run-time Error '40011' Object invalid or not set - using sql odbc link which updates fox pro database tables
what does this error mean , I have been getting this intermittently ?
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by:Amitkumar Panchal
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if you are getting a 40011, that means that somewhere you are attempting to call a function, variable, or subroutine (object 'member') with a variable that currently does not reference an object
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We have finally found the source of the issue and it was corruption in the data. After giving it a clear up the problem disappeared.
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