Access 97 Database converted to Access 2000
I converted an access97 Database to Access 2K and have discovered that none
of the control buttons work.
Is there a simple work around ?
The code will not work if your references are incorrect or missing, or if
there are compile errors in the code.
1. Press Ctrl+G to open the Immediate window.
2. From the Tools menu, choose References.
3. Ensure check marks beside these libraries only:
- Visual Basic for Applications
- Microsoft Access 9.0
- Microsoft DAO 3.6
and make sure none of these has the word "MISSING".
Close the dialog.
4. ...Access 97 Converted to 2000 refuses to work on other PC with Access 2000
I have an Access 2000 database which was written in Access 97 and then
converted to Access 2000. However I cannot run the Access database on
another PC with just Access 2000. It keeps on complaining as if it is an
database or that I must join the workgroup.
No workgroups were set in the original Access 97 PC so how do you know which
to join ?
I have tried the Knowledge base articles Q241141 and Q 241230 to no
Any ideas would be welcomed.
...Differences between Access 97 and Access 2000
What are the most important differences between Access 97 and Access
2000? If I look at a book about Access 97, what should I be aware of
when I work in Access 2000?
One thing you need to be aware of is that Access 2000 requires a fast
machine to get acceptable response times during development. I'm not sure
how this works exactly, but I think Access97 saves individual objects as you
work on them, whereas Access2000 saves the whole project. This can turn your
delightful computer that easily develops Access97 databases into a horrid
slow-coach that grinds its way painfully from save...Access 2000 ----> Access 97
Mam pytanie dotycz�ce konwersji z access 2000 do 97.
Na co mam zwr�ci� uwag� przy projektowaniu bazy w a2k tak , aby
docelowo mog�a pracowa� w a97 (np. split itp.)
Czy A2000 zawiera du�o ulepsze� (czytaj: bajer�w) , kt�re mog�
potencjalnie popsu� konwersj� do A97.
Z g�ry dzi�kuj� za odpowiedzi i pozdrawiam,
Sorry for mischoosing the language version of the newsgroup.
U�ytkownik "Pawe� "eGEO.pl"" <email@example.com> napisa� w wiadomo�ci
> Mam pytanie dotycz�ce konwersji z access 2000 do 97...Conversion from Access 97 to Access 2000
I know little about Access. I have a program that produces school reports
written in Access 97. When I try to run it in Access 2000 I keep getting the
following error message -
Compile error: Ambiguous name detected: Command4_Click
When the debugger starts the following line is highlighted -
Private Sub Command4 Click
Can anyone assist with this problem
Open your form in design view then click on the Code button in the toolbar at
the top of the screen. It's the only colored button and is at the left of the
Properties button. This opens the code module ...Upgrading Access 97 to Access 2000
I have just upgraded an Access 97 databae to Access 2000 with no
problems. I used Win 98 as OS.
I am now having problems if running the program on a Windows 2000 OS
I have noticed that a file set in the reference of my program links to
msoffice\office\msacc8.olb while the new systems shows a reference to
a newer msacc10.old file.
Can you think of a way on how to fix this? I don't know if these files
are part of a utility package or what. Is there a way I can fix this
remotely since the problem is on a a different network than mine and
cannot work on it!
H...migrating from access 97 to access 2000
What is the best way to do this. I have many off-site locations with access
97 back-end databases. If I wish to go to access 2000, and don't want to
manuall upgrade the back ends to access 2000, how do I automate this? If
there isn't a way to do this through code, do I need to install to a
different folder with a blank 2000 database, and manually import each
table's data from the 97 database? Or is there an easier way?
"ARC" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>What is the best way to do this. I have many off-site locations with access
>97...Linking from Access 2000 to Access 97
I have a database that I want to setup both an Access 97 and 2000
front-end to. When I link to the Access 97 database from Access 2000
I can't update/delete/or add data. I can only view it. However, when
I link from 97 to 97 it works fine. Is there a way to make this work
so that a 2000 front end can fully manipulate the data in a 97
A2000 can have linked tables from an A97 mdb and the data in the tables can
be edited, deleted and inserted.
There must be something else happening.
Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Perth, Western Australia.
Tips for Access users - http://all...Problem with converting Access 97 to Access 2000
We're trying to convert the last Access 97 database in our department
to Access 2000.
The database is secured, and the problem is that the database owner
hasn't worked for the department for years. So his account has been
gone for a while, and the database no longer has an actual owner.
We have a couple of administrative accounts, and they've been able to
do what was needed to this point, but there are two tables over which
we can't seem to get administrative rights:
Because we can't seem to get administrative rights to these two
tables, we can&...Records corrupt in Access 2000+ but not Access 97
Following on from an earlier post...
I can reliably corrupt a record by doing the following ...
Open two separate but identical front ends on one PC each linking to the
same back end.
Edit a records in one front end and leave it unsaved.
Edit the same record in the other front end and save the change.
Save the change in the first front end - this pops up the Write Conflict
message to which I click Save.
About 10-20 seconds later, all fields in the record are replaced with
|||||||||||||||||||||||||||. Sometimes this causes corruption of the
file, sometimes not.
Obviously saving a change ...Help: Install Access 97 and Access 2000
Sorry if this question was posted before but I can not find the FAQ.
Anyhow, I am trying to install Access 97 in my computer where Access 2000 is
already installed, how this can be done, so I can use both?.
Search Google for this question and you will get more results than you like ;-)
IMHO: You should install A97 first and A2000 afterwards (in different path)
I have installed A97 in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office97\
and A2000 in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office2000.
This way you won't get into trouble.
Installing the other way around can lead to disasters...Differences between Access 97 and Access 2000/2003
Our company is migrating from Windows NT to XP and in the process from
Access 97 to Access 2003.
Due to the phased rollout we are faced with a situation where some users are
still on NT while others have been fully upgraded, but all users need to use
the same Access databases.
At first we tried just opening the Access 97 databases with XP but we were
worried that some of the less computer-literate employees may click "yes" on
the "Do you want to convert this database to the latest version" prompt.
The solution we have come up with is to create an exact duplicate of...Migrating Access 97 mdb to Access 2000
I've been given the task to migrate some existing MS Access mdb's from
97 to 2000 .
This exercise will include converting all table forms and code
I'm aware in Access 2000 you there is a menu command to covert to 2000
Have anyone migrated from 97 to 2000 before and if so I would be
grateful if you could post any problems / share any experiences on
this subject to start a discussion.
Also if anyone is aware of any functions that are obsolete in 2000 I'd
Thanks in anticipation
Peter Russell <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:memo.20...Mixing Access 97 and Access 2000 clients
Can anyone advise me of the probelms I might encounter mixing Access97
and Access2000 clients on the same linked to the same backend
database. In other words, is this a very bad idea?
No problem with Access, though there can be issues with ActiveX controls, or
versions of additional stuff such as MS Graph.
Split the database:
- A97 back end mdb;
- A97 front end on each A97 workstation;
- A2000 front end on each A2000 workstation.
Make sure you have the latest service patches, both for Office and for Jet.
Assuming you are developing in A2000, it's a quick process to convert back
to A97 ...