This was also an excellent example of how Access lets the server do the heavy lifting. Ok, no problem - go back in and replace the code. In the old application there were multiple back-end databases and tables that crossed databases that should have been related and multiple tables from various databases that contained the same data (i.e. 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. http://knowaretech.com/cannot-open/access-error-cannot-open-any-more-databases.html
I'll keep reviewing the rest. 20130522 4:07PM Edit Are you concerned with usingthe reserved word, "Date" in your Function? 20130522 4:09PM Edit ??Have you considered using the Joined Queries as Union There's one here: http://allenbrowne.com/ser-42.html Or you may be able to move the DLookup() into the Control Source of the text box on the form, so it is not calculated for all As a result, you bump into the limit. It's quick & easy.
There is something interesting going on. Any help would be great. SELECT DaySpecs.DaySpec, Avg(qryBookingDayswithYearAllAverages.AvgOfAvgOfSumOfExtendedPrice) AS AvgOfAvgOfAvgOfSumOfExtendedPrice, Avg(qryBookingDayswithYearAllAverages.AvgOfCountOfDAY) AS AvgOfAvgOfCountOfDAY, qryBookingTotalsAllSums.SumOfSumOfExtendedPrice, qryBookingTotalsAllSums.SumOfCountOfDAY, qryStatsforDailySalesReportFINAL.SumOfMessagesRecorded, qryStatsforDailySalesReportFINAL.SumOfTotalNewClients, qryStatsforDailySalesReportFINAL.SumOfBookedTrue, qryStatsforDailySalesReportFINAL.SumOfTalkedTo, qryStatsforDailySalesReportFINAL.SumOfFiveMinCallBack, qryReachOutSalesALL.SumOfCountOfCallMade, qryReachOutALL.SumOfCountOfReachOutSent FROM ((((DaySpecs LEFT JOIN qryBookingDayswithYearAllAverages ON DaySpecs.DaySpec = qryBookingDayswithYearAllAverages.DateSpec) Also, more table IDs are allocated in a split database than in a single-file database. Squire4HireView Member Profile Dec 21 2012, 01:22 PM Post#5Posts: 921Joined: 1-October 10From: North of the 49th ParallelAgreed.
CloudLock Dell Software View All Topics View All Members View All Companies Toolbox for IT Topics Database Groups Ask a New Question Microsoft Access The Microsoft Access group is for the don't populate combo boxes until after the user has typed a couple of characters, and then remove the rowsource when the control is exited. 3. It has several sections for different asset classes. Limiting the report to a smaller dataset, so as to reduce the number of subreport instances that must be displayed, is another.
Either you have breached the limit for the number of tables for a query (which is 32) or you have breached the number of levels of nested queries (which is 50). You can try one of these: 1. The issue your bumping into is because your building queries on top of queries. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=122973 I was having trouble as usual just understanding it.
When you run out of table handles, you can receive the same error message. It could be that it is just too complex and you might need to use temp tables for the Report. I am looking at simplifying one of the queries I use a lot which joins ~10 tables. However with the changes to the functions and the addition of your function, the problem is still not resolved.
BTW, if you are using the original Access 97, only 1024 database connections were available, so you need to apply SR2. -- Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. We'll see when I start launching reports if it's lean enough... Access 2013 Cannot Open Any More Databases You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. Too Many Databases Open Ms Access b) Forms/reports that contains lots of list/combo boxes across the record.
Another issue can become significant. his comment is here a district table in more than one back end containing the same districts with one or two column differences) - I'm putting them all in one back-end so that relationships can Solve problems - It's Free Create your account in seconds E-mail address is taken If this is your account,sign in here Email address Username Between 5 and 30 characters. tblInvoices, tblEmployeeTime etc...
that should do the trick. That makes much more sense than not being able to open multiple databases. I then have to close any other open form or query and it will run. this contact form Is there a way to get both pieces of data in a single SQL in the Function?
Is there a gain to be made running the SQL inside the Function for the Report where everything else is run from Queries? The kinds of things that use database connections include: a) Forms and reports (including subforms and subreports): close any you don't need. While trying to print a report from Access the user receives the following error: Cannot open any more databases.
here's hoping I can work out how to keep it but sort out this problem. Dirk knows his stuff and SuzyQ knows her stuff. Fenton http://www.dfenton.com/ usenet at dfenton dot com http://www.dfenton.com/DFA/ David W. Each table or query in the recordsource uses a table handle.
Of course not all of them are being read at the same time. BTW, it seems to run across all versions of Access. Then I'll open another and what was just missing starts appearing and other data has disappeared... navigate here Also with other queries? –ricardohzsz Sep 25 '12 at 16:09 The code of the query is like SELECT * FROM A UNION ALL SELECT * FROM B... - but
Is this an isomorphism possible? Its not just the tables in your sql statement that add up to 2048, even the forms, reports, comboboxes, unclosed recordsets etc add up to the number of connections used by there are plenty of limits on almost everything, from haveing 50k row in a table, to possibly the ammount of databases open simultaneously. My questions are: 1) Are all 30 “query connections” open while the report is open?
don't leave forms open in the background, hidden, unless absolutely necessary. -- David W. It's not forms or reports that use table handles, its their *recordsources*. Error 3048 is triggered whenever there are no more available table IDs. BTW, if you are using the original Access 97, only 1024 database connections . . .
Chris Ward You are correct - I am not printing. Evidently, opening a linked table is more expensive than a local one. Were the Smurfs the first to smurf their smurfs? 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)