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Function Not Available Err in Distributed db

Function Not Available Err in Distributed db

Function Not Available Err in Distributed db

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I'm trying to make a distributable db created in Access2003. I'm using Installer2Go. The db program works fine on the development machine but when I install it on the target machine I have problems.  When I try to create a new record in a recordset of a table I get the error "Function Not Available in Expressions in Table-Level Validation Expression."

There are no validation rules or text for either the table itself or the fields within it.  Any help at all is greatly appreciated.

RE: Function Not Available Err in Distributed db

Is this a Visual InterDev issue?

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