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The table is already opened exclusively by another uer,......

The table is already opened exclusively by another uer,......

(OP)
Why am I getting this message? I am in the process of developing an inventory type db, I have two tables, one to store the product info and the other the inventory qty. I have created the forms associated with the tables and an inventory report. I am not able to keep both forms open without getting the following error : "The table 'PRODUCT INFO' is already opened exclusively by another user, or it is already open through the user interface and cannot be manipulated programmatically." This happens also if I try to open the report.

RE: The table is already opened exclusively by another uer,......

Try closing the application and looking in the directory/folder where it resides. If there are any Access files for your database with an .ldb/.laccdb extension, delete them.

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RE: The table is already opened exclusively by another uer,......

(OP)
Thanks, I didn't have any files with those extensions in the folder. I ended up just recreating this database on a different machine, then finished it on my computer. I think I may have a corrupt file somewhere.

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