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detect if database was opened to database window view

Hi All,

Anyone have code to share that would detect if a database was opened
to database window view??? and since holding the 'you know which key'
down, no form is loaded, the autoexec marco does not run so, where
would one put such code that it would run?
thanks
bobh.
Mar 12 '08 #1
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bobh <vu******@yahoo.comwrote in news:a66d41b0-8a4b-4ba0-8684-
a0**********@b64g2000hsa.googlegroups.com:
Hi All,

Anyone have code to share that would detect if a database was opened
to database window view??? and since holding the 'you know which key'
down, no form is loaded, the autoexec marco does not run so, where
would one put such code that it would run?
thanks
bobh.
Perhaps, you should tell us why you want to know? That might help us make
suggestions.
Mar 13 '08 #2
On Mar 12, 7:59*pm, lyle fairfield <lylef...@yah00.cawrote:
bobh<vulca...@yahoo.comwrote in news:a66d41b0-8a4b-4ba0-8684-
a04061dda...@b64g2000hsa.googlegroups.com:
Hi All,
Anyone have code to share that would detect if a database was opened
to database window view??? *and since holding the 'you know which key'
down, no form is loaded, the autoexec marco does not run so, where
would one put such code that it would run?
thanks
bobh.

Perhaps, you should tell us why you want to know? That might help us make
suggestions.
Ok, but I don't think it will make a difference............
I have an application front-end/back-end setup, both pieces sit out on
a server(please, don't tell me about the good/bad of that setup, it is
what it is). I think someone opened the application to database window
view and managed to screw up a table over the weekend. On monday
morning user could not use the application cause that table was not
right. I restored it from backup and the app then functioned as normal
so, I know it was that table and that it happened over the weekend and
the only way to get at that table to mess it up would be through
database window view.
So, I'm interested in capturing LAN ID's of anyone who opens the
database directly in database window view.
bobh.

Mar 13 '08 #3

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