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Unable to create an ADE database

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The entire project must compile successfuly before it can be converted.

Did you do a compile first to check?

On 29 Aug 2003 08:56:06 -0700, dave.ms-access.questionfor.info.45millla.freeserve.co.uk (BigO) wrote:

>I'm using Access 2000 with a SQLServer200 backend. I've been using an

>ADP project, and wanted to make an ADE...

>Originally the 'Make ADE file...' option under 'Database utilities'

>was greyed out. This was remedied by converting the adp to an Access

>2002 project.

>However...When I click on the 'Make ADE file...' option there is a

>slight pause before the message 'Microsoft Access was unable to create

>an ADE database.

>O.K. the network is a little slow, but I dfinately have all the

>permissions etc. WHAT ON EARTH IS STOPPING ME.

>Thanks for any advice,

> Cheers,

> Dave

- Steve Jorgensen

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I would have written you a shorter program,

but I didn't have the time.

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