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Topic: Share reasons: the basis falls down.

The partitioned basis by 4 machines + the server. Falls down from different machines without to - or messages - the window is simply closed. Thus in a window of the manager of tasks Access remains and it is closed only through "to remove the task". By the machine of the developer the basis flied some times in an editing mode (k in window VBA). On what it is similar and how to search?
Thanks for the help.

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Re: Share reasons: the basis falls down.

Divided are tables in one DB on the server, and client parts at each client locally?

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Re: Share reasons: the basis falls down.

Yes, divided thus.
Concerning CRM I asked nothing, but unless at a forum advertizing is admitted.

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Re: Share reasons: the basis falls down.

LeoG, 4/22/2009, 13:41, post1849481 wrote:

Concerning CRM I asked nothing, but unless at a forum advertizing is admitted.

:shok it you, , about what?

LeoG, 4/22/2009, 13:41, post1849481 wrote:

Yes, divided thus.

Falls down all at once or on one falls, and remaining continue operation?
Whether falls down, if only one user works?

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Re: Share reasons: the basis falls down.

On the first - accepted an advertizing window for the message:-D
1. Falls down by one machine, on the remaining works.
2. It is difficult to trace - users work with several bases, but they have some general associated tables (communications are installed).
3. Confuses that the basis fell down in an editing mode in VBA.

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Re: Share reasons: the basis falls down.

LeoG, 4/22/2009, 13:25, post1849448 wrote:

Falls down from different machines

LeoG, 4/23/2009, 09:16, post1850150 wrote:

Falls down by one machine, on the remaining works.

Be defined already... Or the second phrase should be understood as "On one falls down, at this time the remaining continue operation without problems"?

LeoG, 4/23/2009, 09:16, post1850150 wrote:

the basis fell down in an editing mode in VBA

From here is more detailed.
What exactly was edited? Where? In what mode? During what moment (editing, start, trace, other)?
And why editing on "fighting" basis, instead of on a copy of the developer generally is conducted?

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Re: Share reasons: the basis falls down.

Yes, the second phrase and should be understood: "On one falls down, at this time the remaining continue operation without problems".
Concerning editing of fighting basis - I edited the application which is by my machine, but having the data on the server. After working off,  applications at all workstations.
in an editing mode in VBA happened at editing of the unit of the form during the editing moment.

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Re: Share reasons: the basis falls down.

LeoG, 4/24/2009, 09:16, post1851121 wrote:

Svalivanie in an editing mode in VBA happened at editing of the unit of the form during the editing moment.

Not traces, namely editing... Then it is more probable that it is a problem of the environment of editing.
Precisely did not push (let and casually) start? Whether there are no name conflicts of variables/procedures/labels? Whether use indirect classes, ActiveX?