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MS Access 2003 Error Message: Can't Open Anymore Databases
Sorry for the griping but this problem would seem simple to understand and deal with if the resource usage information (AFAIK) was just made public. Friday, May 31, 2013 7:57 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote After reading these links. 1 2 3 and not knowing much about the Function I would like TIA! In the Query; qryCostAccountingLabor what difference will it make using Having versus Where WHERE ((Not (tblEmployeeTime.ProjectCode) Is Null) AND ((tblEmployeeTime.DateWorked) Between #1/1/2013# And #1/31/2013#) AND ((tblEmployeeTime.FundID)=2)) HAVING ((Not (tblEmployeeTime.ProjectCode) Is Null) http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-access/ms-access-2003-hyperlink-a-field.html
This basic structure is reused on 3 of the tab sheets in the App. I can't find anything at all about table handles in the MS Knowledge Base or through normal Googling. When I add 3 additional subreports, I get the error message that Access can't open any more databases. Again thanks for your time yesterday contributing to the thread.
here's hoping I can work out how to keep it but sort out this problem. Dirk Goldgar, MS Access MVP Access tips: www.datagnostics.com/tips.html Thanks for the code. Similar Threads Re: Error 3014 - Cannot open any more tables TC, Nov 27, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Access VBA Modules Replies: 0 Views: 725 TC Nov 27, 2003 Cannot open If that were so, you could quite easily use up all of them by using a domain aggregate function as a return value in the rows of a query.
- Fenton http://www.bway.net/~dfenton dfenton at bway dot net http://www.bway.net/~dfassoc Nov 12 '05 #27 P: n/a PC Datasheet David, What specifically do you recommend doing to make the error message go away?
- There are a fair few modules, which have plenty of custom functions which are triggered from form control events.
- Wednesday, October 28, 2015 10:27 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I'm getting the same error of "Cannot open any more databases." I have 15 sub reports in
However, as soon as I tried to print (File - Print - Page) ant page, I get the message Can't Open Any More Databases. I was now pretty convinced that the count of "table handles" was not the problem in my report but I now wondered what caused the problem to get apparently worse when Which Apollo "mystery" was said to be finally solved by a better rendering engine? Neither is wholly satisfactory, but I don't know whether a fix for this problem can be expected from Microsoft.
i should also mention that smaller queries still run, but even average size queries sometimes fail with this error. I can't find anything at all about table handles in the MS Knowledge Base or through normal Googling. My question would be at what point in the evolution of this db did this issue arrise? 0 Message Author Comment by:cnharrington ID: 341840752010-11-21 A significant change was made 5-6 https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/9993d229-8a00-4a59-a796-dfa2dad505bc/cannot-open-any-more-databases?forum=accessdev So this seems to cause access hitting the limit of 2048 open tables.
Troubleshooting was never fun ... Maybe I was mistaken thinking I saw it. Is it run behind a report? The principle behind your CurrentDbC property is great when you use it to return a pointer to an external database, e.g.
I guess you meant the same like msjav? –Christian Sep 25 '12 at 15:05 Yes, but my answer wasn't very clear... The database has an unbound report with 15 subreports. And I haven't encountered this message since 1998. -- David W. In particular, if some of the wizards are run, their home database gets set as DBEngine(0)(0).
Fenton "PC Datasheet" wrote in news:iVfirstname.lastname@example.org ink.net: According to David this is a problem in Access97. Homepage Close the resources (eg record sets) which you are not really using. 2. Can anyone suggest what may be causing the error message. I created all the queries in the query designer, and use some of the created queries as a data source for other queries.
It is split, both front and back are in the same folder on my local drive. CurrentDB is a very slow function, because it creates a new copy ofthe Database object and refreshes all its collections, which takes an outrageous amount of time (in machine terms). This was the first clue that the count of "table handles" was not my problem. http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-access/ms-access-2003-cannot-link-to-odbc.html Fenton" wrote...
Ask Questions for Free! I don't see this error to often, however ... Even if say in this report a > query can be used in more than one subreport, I create > duplicate queries.
Usually, a more SQL-oriented approach (ie sets) remove the need.
Can anyone suggest what may be causing the error message. He says Access2000 and newer have higher ceilings before this limitaion is reached! Is this the correct thinking? With 30 queries, I would bet that you may have normalization issues with your table layout...
If so, try rewriting those queries to use tables directly, if possible. All rights reserved. Too many databases are open. see it here I have deleted the image that the error message is saying it can't open from the folder of images.
I won't be able to get to that until next week though.For the benefit of others, please mark posts as answered or helpful when they answer or assist you in finding Comments? I also think that all the sub-reports/queries are running simultaneously once the report opens. Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer?
Veryunpredictable reporting resultsif this happens. the '69 Reply With Quote 09-13, 09:20 PM #3 Re: Can not open any more databases Check in code that open the Report or in the Report itself. Of course, you could always set the report's "Allow Report View" property to No, so that no one can ever run it in report view and make the problem occur. I can't find anything at all about table handles in the MS Knowledge Base or through normal Googling.
Using the modular approach gives me peace of mind when making changes to a database that I am not affcting something else somewhere else. There are workarounds like setting record/controlsources only when you need them, removing relationships, and keeping forms/subforms closed when you don't need them, etc.-but it is still a needless pain. Michael Kaplan first posted the code I suggest you create and save in astandard module: Private m_db As DAO.Database Public Property Get CurrentDbC() As DAO.Database If (m_db Is Nothing) Then Set Just to be sure, try these two things first. 1) Compact and Repair the db.
Rewriting the report to use fewer subreports is a workaround.
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