Thanks for the offer, but have solved my little problem.
The problem was due to our MIS department define a new workgroup
administrator file. (.mdw).
This caused a problem as it assigned security levels.
To access the database, the following code was used.
resultsTable (Declared) Recordset.
mdb (Declared) Database.
DBENG (Declared) DBEngine.
Set mdb = DBENG.WORKSPACES(0).OpenDatabase(mdbFileSpec,False , False);
Set resultsTable = mdb.OpenRecordSet("qEnduranceTestData",dbOpenDynaset)
Maybe this will help somebody one day!
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Subject: [vrf] MS Access problem
Thanks for checking out my website - and for your comments.
I tried a few ideas based on your e-mail but, assuming there is a database
file at c:EnduranceTest.mdb, there is a table called TestDetails and that
you have exclusive rights to the database and table ( i.e. that you can
open them without having to give access to others ) I'm not sure what the
problem is. If you want to mail me an example ( suitably 'sanitised' such
that there is no sensitive data ) I'd be happy to have a quick look to see
if I can replicate the problem you see.
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