Access Runtime Opencurrentdatabase
Using shell as Gustav suggested? JimD. 0 Message Author Comment by:Brierley ID: 221363812008-08-01 Hi JimD Thanks for your post , Application.OpenCurrentDatabase "z:\Office\People.accdr", , "
Even in accde format, the user cannot easily bypass your startup options, and not at all through the launcher. So far I have: Dim myAccess as New Access.Application myAccess.OpenCurrentDatabase("myAccess.mdb") myAccess.DoCmd.RunSQL("GRANT SELECT ON TABLE MSysObjects TO PUBLIC") (This is to allow me to ready the MSysObjects table from vb.net, which otherwise open the first DB which is a log in form that is connected to a SP. Regards, DrAvi -- Message posted via AccessMonster.com http://www.accessmonster.com/Uwe/Forums.aspx/access-modules/201004/1 . http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1418746
Base the dependent combo on a query for its row source: Add a reference to the first combo on the form as criteria i… MS Access Advertise Here 718 members asked However my problem starts if the Access is a runTime v2010 installed in folder Office12. seems like the code doesn't like .mdp files! OpenCurrentDatabase Issue I've got a database with a form that contains 3 buttons each one opening a separate database with the following code. 2 of these databases open fine but one
i can do it in excel but i don't know how to do it in Access. 4) i'm opening the database as shared 5) it's on a local drive NOT a thanks guys!!!! Set objAccess = CreateObject("Access.Application") on error resume next dim strCurrentProjectName strCurrentProjectName = objaccess.currentproject.name If err.Number=0 then if objaccess.currentproject.name <> "WBR.mdb" then objAccess.OpenCurrentDatabase strNameOfFolderVBScriptIsIn & "WBR.mdb" end There is no command line password option for vs 2007, there is for every previous version, so I'm not sure what Microsofts logic is for this!! regards Brierley 0 LVL 58 Overall: Level 58 MS Access 52 MS Office 10 MS Applications 8 Message Expert Comment by:harfang ID: 221461342008-08-02 > And you never did say exactly
So far, I have been using Private Sub Command0_Click() Dim strDB As String strDB = "C:\Documents and Settings\umair.khan\Desktop\PC-Docs_FE.accdb" Set appAccess = CreateObject("Access.Application") appAccess.OpenCurrentDatabase strDB appAccess.Visible = True End Sub this works Try this and see if it works: Application.OpenCurrentDatabase "z:\Office\People.accdr", , "
In other words, is the path string evaluated as a DOS command or only as a file reference? My DB's should work like this: 1. Once it is tested properly, it will work exactly the same in both the full and the run-time versions, because you will never use or display any feature of the full-time JimD. 0 LVL 77 Overall: Level 77 MS Access 67 MS Applications 10 MS Office 9 Message Expert Comment by:peter57r ID: 221295442008-07-31 My understanding is broadly the same as Ray's
The code above open Access, maximize it, then prompts user for the database password, and after the input open effectively the report preview. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/26344753/Access-2010-Can-I-start-an-ACCDE-in-runtime-mode-and-supply-it's-password.html Connect with top rated Experts 16 Experts available now in Live! As you finish projects in Quip, the work remains, easily accessible to all team members, new and old. - Increase transparency - Onboard new hires faster - Access from mobile/offline Try Despite what others say, it is possible to open a password-protected accde file through a script (I use an encrypted VBScript file), and in this way to distribute a password-protected encrypted
That allows you to enforce updates, licensing restrictions (# users, multiple sessions on same station,etc), perform logging, etc. check over here It's the entire module of the single startup form of a (third) database; you can do something better in a compiled language (to protect the password). (°v°) Private Sub Form_Load() The password in that link is a module password, not a database password. Not the answer you're looking for?
thanks guys!! 0 Message Author Comment by:developingprogrammer ID: 388841512013-02-13 when i try this vbs on my other colleagues computers they all can't work. Code would look something like this: Dim appRT As Access.Application Dim strPathToRuntime Dim strPathToDatabase Dim strPathToDummyDim strPasswordConst Q As String = """" strPassword = "
The command "Open Current Database" cannot be used to *switch* databases, because you would first have to use "Close Current Database" (thus avoiding error 7867), but that also stops the VB You can automate a normal Access session, and you can open an application in runtime mode... Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
I had to add a call to ShowWindow in the autoexec of the password protected database to make it visible, but this solution allowed me to build a user authentication mechanism
I think you need a database you can open without a password. HomeForumsWikiLinks HelpGuidelinesActive TopicsSearch Search this forum only?More Search Options [X]My Assistant Loading. do you know how to turn off customization? catch: exit sub To start a new runtime instance, you must give it a database to open.
The 7866 error occurs any time the .OpenCurrentDatabase can't resolve the passed string into a file. Your may need the full path to Access to open it: "d:\path\msaccess.exe" "yourFE.mdp" /gustav 0 LVL 11 Overall: Level 11 MS Access 11 Message Expert Comment by:datAdrenaline ID: 388936152013-02-15 "i Is there a way to modify it so it works with runtime sinceruntime cannot CreateObject("Access.Application")? weblink is > that > a good hint to solve this issue? > > DrAvi > > -- > Message posted via AccessMonster.com > http://www.accessmonster.com/Uwe/Forums.aspx/access-modules/201005/1 > david, May 5, 2010 #3
Why were Klingons and Humans enemies in TOS given that Klingons were honourable people? Thursday, May 03, 2012 5:39 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hello all, I have tried the original proposed code, then I had to can find the file name using FSO fileexist but cannot open in Access 7) both my colleague and my computer show file extensions in file explorer i'm going crazy here guys. Launch report from a menu, considering criteria only when it is filled… MS Office Office 365 Databases MS Access Advertise Here 720 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the
Dirk Goldgar, MS Access MVP Access tips: www.datagnostics.com/tips.html Edited by Dirk GoldgarMVP Sunday, May 06, 2012 5:53 PM Proposed as answer by WhCatalpa Tuesday, May 08, 2012 7:09 AM Marked as But found out that office 2013 accde (compiled source)does not work with XP so some of my customers are screwed. Also where are you executing this function from? I think you need a dummy database you can open without a password.
how can i use late binding to use the transferspreadsheet method and the docmd run macro method? If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity MS SQL Bulk load data error 5 39 28d how to direct But when I executed the application it in an another computer with Access 2007 it stops immediately. i'm using access 2007 and when i used the access 2003 on my colleague's computer it can't work.
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