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Error trying to resolve synchronization data errors: The Replication Conflict Viewer (command line interface)

I experienced the same problem that I found posted from summer 2005
(apparently too long ago to continue the thread). See below for full

I found that reinstalling Access 2000 did the trick. This makes sense
based on my observations that 1) the problem didn't show up on replicas
on other machines and 2) a little dummy replicated database on my
machine behaved this same way.

BTW, an explitive burst from me when I first opened my real database
and the same problem was there. Out of curiousity, I opened the dummy
and all was fine. Then I went back to the real problem and all was
fine. So don't give up too soon.

Hope this helps someone!

When I try to open
any of these dbs, I get the message "This member of the replica set has

conflicts from synchronizing changes with other members. Do you want to

resolve these conflicts now?". When I select 'Yes', I get the below
Basically the conflict revolver is not coming up so I can't view and
the conflicts. What is the problem and how can I fix it?
This is the message;
The Replication Conflict Viewer (command line interface)
<Followed by a list of switches etc.>

Jan 23 '06 #1
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Oops. My bad. Apparently I had opend the database with a different
version of Access, and the data reconciliation worked there. Still
doesn't work with the re-installed 2000.

I would never recommend that someone monkey around in a replicated
database using the "wrong" version of Access, but this apparently comes
under the heading "no harm, no foul."


Jan 25 '06 #2

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