Selasa, 05 April 2016

[MS_AccessPros] Re: functions and access run time



Is the runtime the same version of Access as your developer version? If it is an older version you might be having a DAO DLL problem. With the full version of Access you would see a MISSING library in your resources, but with the RT you can't see that.


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Pros, I'm using a freebie run time version of access, and am getting an error message that says "function is not valid in query expression."


Has anyone heard of this?  I have a recordsource of a subform that looks at criteria of TimeStamp > now()-3 and it works every where else.



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