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    Re: Using IP Address as Query Filter (2002)

    Ok, I'm a little busy at the moment, trying to get a project for work done, so I don't have the time to modify the code for you. But here's what you should do. Where it is opening the recordset,...
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    Re: Triggers for Active Directory (VB)

    This shows some promise. Unfortunately, I'm swamped today, I've added that site to my favorites. If I figure out a way to 'hook' into AD, I'll post my solution here.
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    Re: Triggers for Active Directory (VB)

    That's possible. Honestly, I have code that can get the data I am looking for. Wouldn't be hard to modify the code so that I can set it as a service to 'check' for changes by doing comparisons. I...
  4. Re: Including Folder Name when Printing tasks (Outlook 2003)

    Thanks Joe, that did the trick. (Actually, I added the 'In Folder' field)
  5. Including Folder Name when Printing tasks (Outlook 2003)

    Our CEO has his task list split into different sub folders. When he prints off the tasks within a subfolder, it just prints the tasks. He wants to have it print the folder name too. I figured the...
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    Re: Using IP Address as Query Filter (2002)

    Cool, well if you have any specific questions, give me a holler.

    Have you ever made an asp page?
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    Re: ? permission problem (Access 97)

    What about the folder that the database is in?
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    Re: ? permission problem (Access 97)

    Ok, so the account has nothing to do with Access itself, both the admin and the limited user are NT based accounts, and both are logging into the database with Admin (the default account). If that's...
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    Re: Using IP Address as Query Filter (2002)

    google for request.cookie and response.cookie. The first 'reads' cookies from the web user, the other writes.

    I started with Access 97, taught myself how to write VBA code, and about 2 years...
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    Re: Using IP Address as Query Filter (2002)

    Sorry for the delay in replying, but you really shouldn't use the IP address to identify something with a web user.

    Instead, create a user id and set it as a cookie. Have each page check to see...
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    Re: ? permission problem (Access 97)

    What is the limited account? Are we talking an Access User Level Security account, or an NT account?
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    Re: Triggers for Active Directory (VB)

    Thanks Hans. I hope I get a reply too. I haven't found what I am looking for through google yet. I just need to know if it's possible.
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    Triggers for Active Directory (VB)

    I posted this in the Servers forum, but no response yet. I'm looking for a programmatic solution, so I'm trying in this forum too:

    I've done a little here and there as far as interfacing with...
  14. Re: Quick Question- How do you list all tables in

    Thanks! I'll try to be more active, just got too busy with work.
  15. Re: Is it bad to use Memo Data Type? (Access 2000 - 2007)

    A lot of information has been posted already. Text fields are limited to 255 characters, because the first byte of storage represents how many characters will follow, so if there are 10 characters...
  16. Re: Quick Question- How do you list all tables in ... (Access)

    A lot of methods posted. Personally, I prefer the ADO method (which will work for tables and queries):

    Function GetDBTables()
    On Error GoTo ErrorHandler
    Dim cnn As ADODB.Connection
    Dim rs As...
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    Triggers for Active Directory

    I hope this is the right forum for this. I've done a little here and there as far as interfacing with Active Directory programmatically. I've gotten pretty used to querying information. But I've...
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    Re: Hiding the Access Window (2003)

    I know, my website has been down for a few months, long story.

    As for docs on regions, look up Region Function in the MSDN library.
  19. Thread: URL Redirection

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    Re: URL Redirection

    No problem. You should be able to do the same thing with a php page. I'm just not sure what you need to do there. Only PHP I have written was for this <post#=222317>post 222317</post#>, which...
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    Re: Hiding the Access Window (2003)

    All of those API's are in the MSDN. Regions (what you use to shape forms) aren't that difficult to use.
  21. Thread: URL Redirection

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    Re: URL Redirection

    You can do this with an ASP page.

    Function RedirectForUserAccount()
    dim strUserName
    dim intPos
    strUserName=request.servervariables("QUERY_STRING")
    intPos=instrrev(strUserName,"/")
    if...
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    Re: Hiding the Access Window (2003)

    No idea on the pivot table thing. Not my ball of wax.. <img src=/S/wink.gif border=0 alt=wink width=15 height=15>
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    Re: Hiding the Access Window (2003)

    Okay, here's the deal. Access 2000 and up act differently then Access 97. In Access 97, you could simply use the ShowWindow API to hide the Main Access Window, and all you had to do, is turn on the...
  24. Thread: What am I?

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    Re: What am I?

    <span style="background-color: #FFFF00; color: #FFFF00; font-weight: bold">Getting closer. There is a specific type of 'window' which the clues point to. The 'moving' focus is the catch. It's a...
  25. Thread: What am I?

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    Re: What am I?

    Good guess, but the answer needs to be much more specific. There are enough clues to figure it out, though it is VERY technical.
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