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Hello,
I am using MS Access 2000 and am currently trying to split my database into a front end and backend. I've tried several times to split the database, and everytime, however, once I started to test the front end, I got a lot of errors with respect to the events in my database (ie/ On Dbl Click, After Update), as well as my code "disaappear ing" for some strange reason. Please see the links for the types of errors I received:

http://www.mediafire.c om/imageview.php?q uickkey=9gsxzue uoga&thumb=4

http://www.mediafire.c om/imageview.php?q uickkey=6m5dw2e x1t0&thumb=4

Help! Thank you!
Jul 12 '07 #1
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PNY
20 New Member
Hello,

I have split a database into a front end and a back end, however, when I go to test the front end, I get several errors. Please see the following errors below:

This error occurs whenever I go to use combo boxes, or buttons, etc controlled by macros:



This error occurs whenever I want to edit the code associated with a double click control or anything that needs to be done that's controlled by code. It's as if the code doesn't exist:



What am I doing wrong? Please help! Thank you!
Jul 17 '07 #2
MMcCarthy
14,534 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
Hello,
I am using MS Access 2000 and am currently trying to split my database into a front end and backend. I've tried several times to split the database, and everytime, however, once I started to test the front end, I got a lot of errors with respect to the events in my database (ie/ On Dbl Click, After Update), as well as my code "disaappear ing" for some strange reason. Please see the links for the types of errors I received:

http://www.mediafire.c om/imageview.php?q uickkey=9gsxzue uoga&thumb=4

http://www.mediafire.c om/imageview.php?q uickkey=6m5dw2e x1t0&thumb=4

Help! Thank you!
It's difficult to say what might be causing these errors.

Can you open the linked tables directly from the frontend?
Jul 17 '07 #3
MMcCarthy
14,534 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
I've merged these two threads together. If your question doesn't get answered after a reasonable length of time then post a reply to bump it up the list.

Please don't double post.
Jul 18 '07 #4

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