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Edward Rouillard      
2 years ago
Hello Everyone,

     I am trying to transition the Database I designed to SharePoint. It is doing something very weird. When I try to make design changes in a Query and/or Form etc it rebels when someone else is in the Database. Works fine when there are no users in the Database. Anybody have any clues would be very helpful.

                   Thanks,

                             Ed

Richard Rost             
2 years ago
Hi Ed. Need more to go on than that. What do you mean by "it rebels?" Is it donning a grey coat and a musket and attacking the Union lines?

Please be more specific. See Rule #2.
Edward Rouillard      
2 years ago
All of that. I cant remember the specific error. Not to bore with the history but here goes. I built a database from scratch and it grew as you could imagine.  going on 10 years. All from watching you're videos. Thanks for that by the way. The company I worked for has been slowly transitioning to online everything and I was forced to put it on SharePoint.  When I exported all the tables it seemed to work fine on my computer. I tested it all and went painfully threw some of the query's because I found I had to re write some of them. After all that it worked and I was pretty impressed with the way it worked with SharePoint. I dispersed all the Front ends to my co-workers and seemed to work fine but then I noticed something very odd. When I tried to do any work on Forms/Reports/ Query's etc it would give me an error. Cant really tell you the error. Could this be a result of SharePoint or maybe it could be because the company has a strict policy of sharing info.I dont know. Was also giving me an error yesterday about something about a Jet Engine.Yesterday was the last day at this job so hopefully it works. Sorry it is so long winded. You ask for it. On a side note: I have been watching and buying you're videos for years. I have learned a ton of stuff from them. Thank You!!! I would love to see some more videos on SharePoint with Access.
Richard Rost             
2 years ago
I would need to know specifics like what the exact error message is. Honestly, I probably won't do more videos on Sharepoint. I think a much better solution is to use SQL Server. I only did the Sharepoint video for people who already have Sharepoint setup in their companies and want to use that, but it's by far the lesser option.
Edward Rouillard      
2 years ago
Thank you. Appreciate that. Looks Like i am buying some videos on SQL. Happy Thanksgiving.
Richard Rost             
2 years ago
Same to you.

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