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reserved error occured

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Hello all,
While develloping my application, at a certain point, a button which
normally opens a form suddenly doesn't do so anymore. Instead I get a
message which says:
"A reserved error occured (-1517) There is no message available for this
error" (Or at least something like this - cause I have the Dutch version)
It came out of the blue, cause I did not change anything on the button nor
the form which it's supposed to open.
I haven't got the faintest idea what this is ... can anybody help me with
this?
Many thanks

Ronny
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Ronny Sigo wrote:
"A reserved error occured (-1517) There is no message available for
this error" (Or at least something like this - cause I have the Dutch
version) It came out of the blue, cause I did not change anything on
the button nor the form which it's supposed to open.


This error will occur if you change the design of a table, but don't follow
through with a compact. If your database is split, it is a good idea to
compact the backend after a design change, and also refresh the links in the
frontend and compact it.

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Joan Wild
Microsoft Access MVP
Nov 12 '05 #2

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Thanks Joan :)

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Ronny Sigo wrote:
"A reserved error occured (-1517) There is no message available for
this error" (Or at least something like this - cause I have the Dutch
version) It came out of the blue, cause I did not change anything on
the button nor the form which it's supposed to open.
This error will occur if you change the design of a table, but don't

follow through with a compact. If your database is split, it is a good idea to
compact the backend after a design change, and also refresh the links in the frontend and compact it.

--
Joan Wild
Microsoft Access MVP

Nov 12 '05 #3

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