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For some reason one of my users is getting a function not available on a Access 2007 program that has been running on other computers with no problem. The computer she is using is a new 64bit machine running windows 7. The program has never been installed on this machine, I sent her the installation program (I use the developer package solutions) but now when she tries to run the program she get this function not available, the statement is a DMAX("Mid statement. I know this is a missing reference but for the life of me I can't figure out which one is missing. If anybody can point me in the correct direction I would appreciate it. Also is there any way to find which ref is missing in a compiled program?
Thanks for any help.
Jul 12 '11
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CD Tom
492 Contributor
I just did something that may help. I have a 64bit machine that I installed the program on. When I run the runtime version (.accdr) of the program I get the Function not available error, but when I run the non runtime version (.accdb) I don't get any error and the program runs fine. Do you think that there is a problem with the run time version of the program not working on a 64bit machine. Is there a 64bit version of Access runtime? I'm going to check on that.
Still looking for help.
Jul 18 '11 #21
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
CD Tom:
Still looking for help.
Tell us that again when you've reported on how you handled my last post (#20). If there's anything there you don't understand, you need to say so.
Jul 18 '11 #22
CD Tom
492 Contributor
Ok, I don't understand how to print that to a file.
Jul 18 '11 #23
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
My system just crashed on me so I can't look anything up or give details, but essentially the Debug.Print facility is similar syntax to writing to a file. The file needs to be assigned an integer value to pass to the Open # command which opens the file (Open it for Append). Close it when finished, but each display changes from :
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  1. Debug.Print {values}
to :
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  1. Print #3 {values}
(assuming 3 is the integer value of the file in your code.

Let me know if this is not enough. I'll probably be on again tomorrow with the ability to look it up for you in more detail.
Jul 19 '11 #24
CD Tom
492 Contributor
I was finally able to find out what reference was missing. Using my 64bit machine and installing the run time .accdr of the my program I was able to test more. The problem ended up being the Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects library was missing. I don't know why but once I put that back in everything worked fine.
Thanks for all the help you guys are a great source for any help. Thanks again
Jul 20 '11 #25
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
8-) Sorry I couldn't be more specific earlier.

I can put in some example code that may help with this, but there are so many options it would be irresponsible for me to make a specific suggestion. I often use a specific Binary mode that gives me full control of everything that is written out, but that is actually quite a complicated approach and is used very rarely. I'll shove some example commands in but with the proviso to check the details in Help before using.

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  1. Dim intFileNo As Integer
  2. intFileNo = FreeFile()
  3. Open strName For Binary Access Read Write Lock Write As #intFileNo
FreeFile() determines for you (in the code) a valid, free, file number to use.

Open# is where all the options and complications come in. A mode of Output, Random, or even Append may suit your purpose of logging the details.

PS. I add this now in case any one coming after you might find it helpful. I appreciate you have already resolved your issue. Well done for that. Such remote problems can be very tricky to handle.
Jul 20 '11 #26

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