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MDE file in Access2002

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I converted my A2K database(FE)to Access2002. It's a secured database,
splitted to FE and BE. After the conversion, I cannot make MDE file.
It says:"microsoft access ha encourted a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry....". I can make MDE before the conversion with A2K. Why?

Thank you very much.

lxf
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Rich,
Check tools | references and make sure all the libraries contributing to
your project are the correct version. Also make sure that the type
libraries you need are on a UNC your computer can use.

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I converted my A2K database(FE)to Access2002. It's a secured database,
splitted to FE and BE. After the conversion, I cannot make MDE file.
It says:"microsoft access ha encourted a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry....". I can make MDE before the conversion with A2K. Why?

Thank you very much.

lxf

Nov 13 '05 #2

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li*****@yahoo.com (Rich) wrote:
I converted my A2K database(FE)to Access2002. It's a secured database,
splitted to FE and BE. After the conversion, I cannot make MDE file.
It says:"microsoft access ha encourted a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry....". I can make MDE before the conversion with A2K. Why?


Ctrl+G to open the immediate window >> Debug >> Compile.
Fix any errors which pop up.

Or you may have a reference to an MDB which aren't allowed from an MDE. You must
make an MDE out of the referenced MDB and reference it.

Finally it is possible you have some corrupted VBA. In which case make a backup
first and then try the decompile command as documented at
http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/decompile.htm

Tony
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Nov 13 '05 #3

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Thank you very much.
I did Debug >> Compile, it worked. I could not see what kind of error it
was. Upon saving the changes in one form after the compile, I
successfully made the MDE file.

Thank you very much.

Rich
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