Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... It is very rare that we would not need to update the data. >2. The > more subforms appearing on a main form, the more table references > used - even if they are not visible. Of course, that doesn't mean that Access isn't counting it as a new open .... Check This Out
Thomas Mercer-Hursh replied Oct 31, 2009 David Thickins via access-l wrote: > Were this hypothesis true, it would be a matter of > identifying the "register" an allocating to it a Besides, this is not really pushing up against the limits of Access except that there is something consuming resources and not giving them back. Example - I had a function which opened a table recordset > to pull the one field of the one record in that table (stored a date > parameter). These queries were all joined in a final union query to provide a summary list on a form.
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Philip Marcus replied Oct 31, 2009 The causes and remedies are fully discussed in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/165272, q.v. Jet 4.0 "error : Cannot Open Any More Tables" Michael Meyers-Jouan replied Nov 2, 2009 @Cheryl & @Thomas, Macros have been with us in Access and Excel longer than VBA. We already close all our instances of PreparedStatements and RecordSets, and even set their variables to null, but even so this exception continues to happen. The same form is not open more than once.
that was the point about Jet 3.5 increasing the limit from 1024 to 2048, but I don't know if we are already there or not. > On further reading of your If this DOESN'T > either: a.) navigate you to VBA code that has been inserted in the > same form module as all the code you have written; or b.) navigate Without knowing more about your db, I suspect the cause of your predicament is elsewhere. I dont answer coding questions via PM or EMail.
But that still leaves the best part of 2000 table handles free (if M$ are to be believed). http://access.mvps.org/access/bugs/bugs0010.htm Please post a thread in the appropriate forum section. Cannot Open Any More Tables C# The only thing one typically does is: 1. Microsoft Odbc Microsoft Access Driver Cannot Open Any More Tables Could I do this by setting a global variable, e.g.
If you want to know more about this error, read on. his comment is here I don't use this much, but it happens that one of things it can do is to open, if necessary, another form and to position/filter that form based on some value How about converting an embedded macro to VB? Jim. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 ASP.NET 1 Message Author Comment by:Jahelka2010-08-13 Jim, this is GREAT stuff. Cannot Open Any More Databases
However, if you are open to suggestions, I'll try some hypothesizing. Does anyone know how to tell which version of Jet I am running? Reduce the number of concurrent operations (ie. http://knowaretech.com/cannot-open/access-error-cannot-open-any-more-databases.html In a company crossing multiple timezones, is it rude to send a co-worker a work email in the middle of the night?
But, it seems like the real problem has to be something getting created and not deleted or reused. Unfortunetely we have some budget restraints that doesn´t allow us to buy any other alternative driver :( And actually we close all the connections. share|improve this answer answered Sep 25 '12 at 13:40 msjav 663 The German message is Fehler 3048: Mehr Datenbanken können nicht geöffnet werden btw. –msjav Sep 25 '12 at
Second Edit: I created a blank database and linked the tables. If you are making use of domain aggergate functions( eg DLookup), change it with Elookup as it explicitly cleans up after itself. 3. I changed one method signature and broke 25,000 other classes. But I am just deflated after being convinced this was a memory issue, and after all the work of moving my app to a new server, here it comes again... 0
But, as previously noted, she is basically using all of the tabs on all of the open forms ... more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. http://knowaretech.com/cannot-open/access-query-error-cannot-open-database.html One trick is to only assign a recordsource to a subform if the subform will be viewed (ex.
But if the loop iterates a thousand times and each report doesn't close its recordset immediately it's closed then that easily would. Roy Thompson replied Nov 1, 2009 The point I was making was the section on how Jet creates table references:- 1. I've used many 2003 Access DBs with linked tables and never saw anything like this. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New?
It is also true that it is occurring when the operator has 8 or 9 forms open, some of which have 10 tabs. Not the answer you're looking for? If that were creating new recordset handles even when the form was open, then that could be the issue. I have found no documentation regarding this subject, but an application for which the table reference limit had been worked around to perfection suddenly hit the limit much sooner when the
It's a bit crappy that Access won't handle this on it's own. Can I switch from past tense to present tense in an epilogue? What?, you might ask?