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I am working on a form that calls a

I am working on a form that calls a

I am working on a form that calls a

I am working on a form that calls another form so code in some of the second form's subroutines can be utilized. It works just fine in test mode, but today one of my coworkers has bee getting some error messages. When I look at my error log table I see the following:

3021 No current record.

2467 The expression you entered refers to an object that is closed or doesn't exist. For example, you may have assigned a form to a Form object variable, closed the form, and then referred to the object variable.

3000 Reserved error (|); there is no message for this error.

Has anybody run into these before/ If os, what are the possible causes?

Thank you in advance.

RE: I am working on a form that calls a

What are they doing that causes the error? You may have an add-in installed that is not installed on their computers. Another possibility could be that they don't have the same access to the data?

RE: I am working on a form that calls a

If you can (reliably) re-create the error on their computer, you may just run your app on that machine and see where it crashes, and which line of code the error points to.

Have fun.

---- Andy

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RE: I am working on a form that calls a

And since this is obviously being used in a multi-user environment, the question has to be asked...is this app in a Back End/Front End configuration, with the Back End (with all Tables) on a shared drive and a copy of the Front End (with everything except the Tables) on each user's PC?

Hope this helps!

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