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DAO & ADO Run-time error 3028

DAO & ADO Run-time error 3028

DAO & ADO Run-time error 3028

(OP)
Can anyone tell me what's wrong/missing with my coding please? Every time this runs, program terminates with following error message.
Thanks in advance.

  Run-time error 3028
  Can't start your application. The workgroup information file is missing    or opened exclusively by another user.

'###
'Code to create an Access(97) table using DAO and ADO to open it
'###

  Dim SysDB As Database
  Dim SysTB As TableDef
  Dim SysFD As Field
      
  Set SysDB = CreateDatabase("C:\test.MDB", dbLangGeneral & ";UserID=Admin;pwd=pwd")

  Set SysTB = SysDB.CreateTableDef("Tb1")
          
  With SysTB
      .Fields.Append .CreateField("Field1", dbText, 8)
      .Fields("Field_FormID").AllowZeroLength = True
  End With
  SysDB.TableDefs.Append SysTB
      
  Dim cn As ADODB.Connection
  Set cn = New ADODB.Connection
  cn.ConnectionString = & _
      "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.3.51;" & _
      "Persist Security Info=False;" & _
      "Data Source=c:\Test.mdb;" & _
      "Pwd=MMG"
       cn.Open
      
  Dim rs As ADODB.Recordset
  Set rs = New ADODB.Recordset
  rs.Open "Tb1", cn, adOpenKeyset, adLockOptimistic, adCmdTable

  Set frmMain.Adodc1.Recordset = rs
      

RE: DAO & ADO Run-time error 3028

Dear NW,

where exactly does the error occur, try going through step by step. (using F8)

I suppose it occurs when you try to open the adodb.connection.

Createdatabase gives back an open database object, could be by default opened exclusivly. So when you try to open another connection to the same object, your error could appear.

perhaps you have to close your db  just after creating  it.
sysdb.close



HTH

regards Astrid

RE: DAO & ADO Run-time error 3028

(OP)
Dear Sawatzky,
You were right. Error occurs when try to open the connection. I also tried with closing DBF with negative results. I can use the same coding without a User ID & a password with no errors. Do I have the correct syntax? or will it looking at a workgroup file only when there's a usid & pwd? How I can I use the workgroup file in shared more?
Thanks for your time.

RE: DAO & ADO Run-time error 3028

Dear NW,

I am not sure what the option 'persist security info' is for, but I would try to leave this option out.

I am not sure about workgroup, so I am just guessing.

HTH

regards Astrid

RE: DAO & ADO Run-time error 3028

I don't know whether I'm reading this wrong but are you trying to create the database with the password "pwd" and then trying to create a connection to it with the password "MMG" ?

RE: DAO & ADO Run-time error 3028

DLLS required for Buiding an VB application so that it can be deployed in remote machine.

we are getting ADO error if go by default setting.

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