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suppress macro warning msgs when tranferring remote BE tables

tuxalot
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When changing paths to a BE db located on a network via DoCmd.TransferD atabase is there a way to suppress the macro warning messages that appear? I have 14 tables, and 14 warning messages appear in succession one for EACH transfer.

Thanks as always :)

Tux
Mar 26 '09 #1
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DonRayner
489 Recognized Expert Contributor
You can disable / enable warning with the following. Just make sure that you re-enable warnings in your code after you finish with the transferdatabas e.

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  1. Docmd.SetWarnings false
  2. Docmd.SetWarnings True
Mar 26 '09 #2
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
This is relatively safe as it only disables warning messages and not the more serious error messages. Still important to return to default state afterwards of course, but no need to worry that you may miss bugs in your code with this set.
Mar 26 '09 #3
tuxalot
200 New Member
Thanks for the quick replies.
Mar 26 '09 #4
tuxalot
200 New Member
Not working folks. Still getting the macro warnings (18 in total) when I am linking to my BE. Here's my code:
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  1.     For Each tdf In dbs.TableDefs
  2.         If Left(tdf.Name, 4) <> "MSys" Then
  3.             'turn off macro warnings
  4.             DoCmd.SetWarnings False
  5.             'transfer tables
  6.             DoCmd.TransferDatabase acLink, "Microsoft Access", Trim(strDbPath), acTable, tdf.Name, tdf.Name
  7.             SysCmd acSysCmdSetStatus, "Processing table [" & tdf.Name & "]..."
  8.         End If
  9.     Next tdf
  10.  
Then, before exiting I am turning the warnings back on.

Any ideas??? Warning bmp is attached.
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Mar 27 '09 #5
Stewart Ross
2,545 Recognized Expert Moderator Specialist
Ahh, the message you show is nothing at all to do with Access's internal user warnings. The user warnings are the ones which say things like 'you are about to update 100 rows in table xxxx - are you sure?'.

The security warning you are receiving is one from the OS itself, not from Access. I don't know how to disable these - but they have nothing to do with the SetWarnings settings in Access at all.

-Stewart
Mar 27 '09 #6
DonRayner
489 Recognized Expert Contributor
I believe all you have to do is to add the server to your trusted zone in Internet Explorer.
Mar 27 '09 #7
ChipR
1,287 Recognized Expert Top Contributor
I had instructions for my users to add the file locations to Access trusted locations, so here they are:

· Open Access 2007 and select Access Options from the Office Button menu.
· In the Access Options dialog, select Trust Center on the left and click Trust Center Settings…
· In the Trust Center dialog, select Trusted Locations on the left and check Allow Trusted Locations on my network.
· Click Add new location… and type or browse to the location of the application.
· Check Subfolders of this location are also trusted.
· Click OK.
Mar 27 '09 #8
tuxalot
200 New Member
Thanks all,

Sure, I could provide instructions to my users on how to add the path as a trusted location per Chip's instructions if the BE were known and static. Problem is I've no idea where the end user will want to store the BE so I've given them the option to move it. So consider this scenario: A user wants to store their BE on a network share. While the db is closed, they move their BE. During start up, code in my start-up form checks if the BE path is valid and if not, presents a form to allow the user to change the BE path. This bit is now working except the user must accept a host (18 in total) warning messages (one for each linked table) if the BE is not in a trusted path.

Keep in mind this is an A07 runtime deployment so their is no way for a user to get into the trust center to change paths.

I am learning that the following solution may be possible. Take the new BE path selected by the user and convert it to UNC. Then save the UNC path as a trusted location by adding it to the registry. Then link the BE using DoCmd.TransferD atabase and the warnings should not appear. Does this sound like a logical approach?

Possible issue here:
WHAMMY

Looks like if the EU selects an updated BE path on their server, it may not transfer at all using Transferdatabas e. I cannot test this as I'm developing in a non-server environment.
Mar 27 '09 #9
ChipR
1,287 Recognized Expert Top Contributor
Is it better to use TransferDatabas e rather than just change the link location? Right now I'm using:

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  1. Function ReLink() As Boolean
  2. ...
  3.     For Each tdf In db.TableDefs
  4.         If Len(tdf.Connect) > 0 Then
  5.             tdf.Connect = ";DATABASE=" & strNewPath
  6.             Err = 0
  7.             On Error Resume Next
  8.             tdf.RefreshLink ' Relink the table.
  9.             If Err <> 0 Then
  10.                 ReLink = False
  11.                 Exit Function
  12.             End If
  13.         End If
  14.     Next tdf
  15. ...
Mar 27 '09 #10

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