OLE Server OR ActiveX Control


V

vinc

When clicking a command prompt on a form , a message appear : "A Problem
Occurred While Access Application was Communicating With OLE Server Or
ActiveX Control".
 
J

John W. Vinson

When clicking a command prompt on a form , a message appear : "A Problem
Occurred While Access Application was Communicating With OLE Server Or
ActiveX Control".
Well...

how can we help?

Bear in mind we have NO idea what your command prompt does, how your database
is configured, what ActiveX control you're trying to use, or anything else
that might enable us to answer.

More info please?
 
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V

vinc

John W. Vinson said:
Well...

how can we help?

Bear in mind we have NO idea what your command prompt does, how your database
is configured, what ActiveX control you're trying to use, or anything else
that might enable us to answer.

More info please?
i already make a command button in a form to open another form, this command
button is working on my workstation but when trying to click it on some
workstations the error occur :
The expression On click you entered as the event property setting produced
the following error : A Problem Occurred While Access Application was
Communicating With OLE Server Or ActiveX Control".
 
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J

John W. Vinson

i already make a command button in a form to open another form, this command
button is working on my workstation but when trying to click it on some
workstations the error occur :
The expression On click you entered as the event property setting produced
the following error : A Problem Occurred While Access Application was
Communicating With OLE Server Or ActiveX Control".
This appears to be the very common References bug. Open any
module in design view, or open the VBA editor by typing
Ctrl-G. Select Tools... References from the menu. One of the
..DLL files required by Access will probably be marked
MISSING. Uncheck it, recheck it, close and open Access.

If none are MISSING, check any reference; close and open
Access; then uncheck it again. This will force Access to
relink the libraries.

If that's not the case, doublecheck that the ActiveX control is in fact
installed correctly on these workstations.
 

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