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From:Paul DuBois Date:January 22 2000 5:35pm
Subject:Re: Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000
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At 2:14 PM +0200 2000-01-22, <sinisa@stripped> wrote:
>Gary Lundquest writes:
>  > Is there a way to trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000?  I 
>am getting a
>  > "Write Conflict" error, and I also would like to trap a Duplicate message.
>  > I have ON ERROR set in the code, but these seem to be coming before the ON
>  > ERROR event happens.  After you respond to the message, then the On Error
>  > code executes.
>  > -Gary Lundquest
>  >
>  >
>
>Hi!
>
>We have got a message from Microsoft people developing MS Access,
>where they admit that Access 2000 has problems with ODBC. They also
>promised to patch it quickly.
>
>So, go to Microsoft get those patches, when available, and problems
>should dissappear.
>
>Regards,
>
>Sinisa


Did they give you any indication of what "quickly" might mean?  This
problem (and Microsoft's acknowledgment of it) is now several months
old.

-- 
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000Gary Lundquest21 Jan
  • Re: Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000sinisa22 Jan
    • Re: Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000Paul DuBois22 Jan
      • Re: Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000sinisa23 Jan
Re: Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000Christopher R. Jones22 Jan
  • Re: Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000sinisa23 Jan
    • RE: Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000Robert Schott23 Jan
      • RE: Trap MyODBC error messages in Access 2000sinisa24 Jan