I surprised with the analysis you made to make this particular put up amazing. Open the VBA window, (Alt-F11) Choose Debug>Compile Fix any problems that are found with your code. When I try to make a stand alone app. You've got nothing to lose. Check This Out
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does not correspond to the URL..." error using VSS with VS2003 in a Team Developemt environment Browse more Microsoft Access / VBA Questions on Bytes Question stats viewed: 4297 replies: 7 so if i go back through the modules, and "debug" in the immediate window, this will point out code that the VBA window itself won't? –Justin Dec 8 '09 at 23:08 You may delete part of the objects in the database (specially the lately changed ones) and try to build an MDB, until you find which object it is. It's quick & easy.
Backup, backup, backup, ... 2. Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 418,766 IT Pros & Developers. They say to run Access with a decompile switch then recompile. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=38174 It says the limit is 2048 and I am positive that I don't have that many additional references through combos etc.
Why could it suddenley not make an MDE (with no real reason other than stating "Cannot make MDE"). Solve all errors before doing the upgrade and creating the .mde ! Is there a word for turning something into a competition? I would suggest compiling your code on a frequent basis.
Great job! http://www.databasedev.co.uk/microsoft-access-mde.html Access then locks up, taking 99 - 100% procesor usage indefinitly (hours) until I use Task Manager to cancel. PCMag Digital Group AdChoices unused Help Register Log in Remember Me? Open up the VBA IDE (window where you write the VBA code) and go to Debug > Compile.
Thread Tools Rating: Display Modes 11-22-2002, 01:54 PM #1 R2D2 Member Join Date: Jul 2002 Posts: 62 Thanks: 0 Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post Can't Make MDE file his comment is here The Following User Says Thank You to boblarson For This Useful Post: CBR1000f(01-09-2013) boblarson View Public Profile Visit boblarson's homepage! Perth, Western Australia. Have Read Design permissions for all objects in the database.
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Unable to create temp file: Error "Unable to create Web project... William Acree replied Dec 8, 2011 Another possibility is the trusted files location problem. Found it straight away.
This Section could use expansion. Please help....there are screaming for this, and I am at my wits end! This has never been a problem before - I've converted this exact same database to an mde file several times before. In Access 2003 (or earlier), the “Database Utilities, Make MDE” command is located under the “Tools” menu.
Lover of history, international politics, #running, #cycling, #cx and #arsenalfc. Another reason that MDE creation may fail is because there are problems with your code. Another benefit that you get from making an MDE is that your application will be smaller, consuming less memory, and will therefore be more efficient. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-make/cannot-make-directory-var-lib-read-only-file-system.html Any external add-ins or references (for any VBA code) needs to be added into the executable file format otherwise they will be unavailable which may affect functionality How to Convert a
Have Open/Run and Open Exclusive permissions for the database.