f) Recursive code that opens recordsets. I am working on a report that has three subreports. There also doesn't appear to be any way to predict when you are approaching the limit and if you exceed it, you should restart because it seriously messes up the front don't leave forms open in the background, hidden, unless absolutely necessary. -- David W. check my blog
The report now runs smoothly. Share it with others Like this thread? Mirko Miric replied May 28, 2014 Hi, Well, AFAIK, you can have only one one-to-many relationship per one table which includes primary index. Is there a gain to be made running the SQL inside the Function for the Report where everything else is run from Queries? have a peek at these guys
That would eliminate the need for Access to open another recordset (using up 2 TableIDs) to support each instance of each combo box. Try to do what Saurabh says. I think at this point, given your questions to date and the problems your bumping into, it would be best for you to post a sample database and have the table It really helped me improve my database performance as well as eliminate error 3048.
chris_lydon replied May 27, 2014 Hi Jim Right now, the problem seems to be queries used as recordsources, so not being set programmatically at all. Can you make an example? –Christian Sep 25 '12 at 13:43 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign For one bank, I created some very complex reports that used 2 years worth of transaction data. Not sure how to condense them though.
You'll need to avoid references to unloaded subforms, i.e., if "Subform1" is unloaded you'll get an error with anything like this: Me.Subform1.Form.InvoiceId This change have other benefits. An interesting test you can do. c) Forms/reports/queries that use the domain aggergate functions, such as DLookup(), DMax(). For Each varCtlSubform In Array(Me.Subform1, Me.Subform1, ...) Set pgn = varCtlSubform.Parent If pgn.PageIndex <> Me.TabControl.value Then if varCtlSubform.SourceObject <> "" Then varCtlSubform.SourceObject = "" End if Else If varCtlSubform.SourceObject <> ctlSubform.Tag
Chris Ward Thursday, May 30, 2013 8:32 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Have you read this link? https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/208627-cannot-open-any-more-databases Will report back. Access 2013 Cannot Open Any More Databases Similar Threads Re: Error 3014 - Cannot open any more tables TC, Nov 27, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Access VBA Modules Replies: 0 Views: 676 TC Nov 27, 2003 Cannot open Too Many Databases Open Ms Access Thanks Chris Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving...
Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? http://ngogeeks.com/cannot-open/access-cannot-file-microsoft-open-this.php There are only two databases open - the front-end and the back-end. Often, many will take the "flat file" approach to Access tables when coming from Excel. yes - it is actually the description of the project - it is "bridge" because in the union query bridges are the first table and the query takes on the first
Thus, a SQL recordsource with one table uses TWO table handles. I know that the way that this database is set up is problematic, but at this time I don't have the resources (time) to make the proper changes to it. I will give the temp tables a go and see what happens. news Or will it work if any single sub is attached but no second subs?Chris Ward Thursday, May 23, 2013 9:38 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote So Droppingone
So the number of open tables was more or less the product of queries and tables. More than anything else I was worred that with ENOUGH lookups, you would run into something that would overflow Access buffer size due to limits on the size of a record. I'm not sure how your questions now relate to those discussions.
A form's recordsource uses a table handle. d) Code that opens recordsets, and fails to close them and set the objects to Nothing. How many records are we looking at in the main report - and the sub-reports, too? I fear that is the issue, but can anyone confirm/help with the details?) Thanks for whatever advice you can offer.
i appreciate it! but surely there has been more robust databases developed than mine.Any thoughts on this? it looks like the Function itself is making multiple RecordSet calls to the persistant current database. More about the author qryCostAccountingLabor specifically identifies the time cards within the given date range and fund id.
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