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Web Access Form #Name? Error

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Hello guys

I created a web access data form for a database (Access 2000). However, I notice that when I open it in Internet Explorer, all the fields return #name? What could be the problem?
Mar 12 '07 #1
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MMcCarthy
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Hello guys

I created a web access data form for a database (Access 2000). However, I notice that when I open it in Internet Explorer, all the fields return #name? What could be the problem?
The problem could be in your connection to the database. What is your connection script?
Mar 12 '07 #2

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The problem could be in your connection to the database. What is your connection script?
Hmmm, I basically created the form using the Access Wizard feature for creating this form, then I tried saved it on the server in the same directory where the actual database is stored. I then put a link to the form on the desktop and clicked on that then got the error. I also tried to run it directly from the directory adn I also got the name error.
Mar 14 '07 #3

MMcCarthy
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Hmmm, I basically created the form using the Access Wizard feature for creating this form, then I tried saved it on the server in the same directory where the actual database is stored. I then put a link to the form on the desktop and clicked on that then got the error. I also tried to run it directly from the directory adn I also got the name error.
As I understand it you can't do this. Outside of the database you must have a connection script as the data is only available within the database without it. Unfortunately this is not my area of expertise. Some of the web guys may be able to help.

Mary
Mar 14 '07 #4

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