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if logged on

I am writing some code that needs to get an update file from a server (win 
2000 server) if the user has connected their network lead and logged in.

When my form opens I want to get the file from the server and overwrite any 
older version on my hard drive and then open it in VBA or VB6.  The path is 
something like \\myserver\support\masterfiles\people.txt

If the user is not logged on to the domain then the form opens using the 
local copy of the file

The problem is that if I use code to check if the file exists (on the 
server) on opening the form then it takes ages to open the form if the 
connection to the domain has not been made.

Is there a quick way to determine if the computer is logged in to the server 
before I bother to down load the file. A VBA and VB6 solution would be 
brilliant

jaez 


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>When my form opens I want to get the file from the server and overwrite any
>older version on my hard drive and then open it in VBA or VB6.  The path is
>something like \\myserver\support\masterfiles\people.txt

============================================

There are far more brilliant people than myself monitoring this group
but Itypically use my own test function for this. If your file resides
on
either a mapped server drive (X:\SomeDir\SubDir\myFile.ext) or a
UNC Path (\\myserver\support\masterfiles\people.txt)

'*** Called from somewhere in your form *******
Dim blnAvailable as boolean

blnAvailable=FileExists("\\myserver\support\masterfiles\people.txt")
********************************************************

Public Function FileExists(strFilePath As String) As Boolean
'Receive the File Path, and determine if a file exists at this location

Dim lngFileLen As Long, blnExists As Boolean

On Error GoTo errHandler

lngFileLen = FileLen(strFilePath)

If lngFileLen > 0 Then
    blnExists = True
    'Close intFileNum
End If

FileExists = blnExists
Exit Function

errHandler:
'File Failed to open
blnExists = False
Resume Next

End Function
==========================================

To see which file is newer, you can always use the File System
object.

>From the MSDN files:

Sub ShowFileInfo(filespec)
    Dim fs, f, s
    Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set f = fs.GetFile(filespec)
    s = "Created: " & f.DateCreated
    MsgBox s
End Sub

-Steve

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12/14/2005 10:56:27 PM
Depending on how things are implemented, one or more of these might help ...

http://vbnet.mvps.org/code/network/isnetdrive.htm

http://vbnet.mvps.org/code/network/internetgetconnectedstate.htm

http://vbnet.mvps.org/code/network/isdestinationreachable.htm

http://vbnet.mvps.org/code/network/isnetworkalive.htm

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: 2000 server) if the user has connected their network lead and logged in.
:
: When my form opens I want to get the file from the server and overwrite 
any
: older version on my hard drive and then open it in VBA or VB6.  The path 
is
: something like \\myserver\support\masterfiles\people.txt
:
: If the user is not logged on to the domain then the form opens using the
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:
: The problem is that if I use code to check if the file exists (on the
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