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    How to get a clean compile? (A2k (9.0.4402) SR-1)

    How to get a clean compile?

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    Re: How to get a clean compile? (A2k (9.0.4402) SR-1)

    You best bet may be to decompile the database, then recompile.
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    Re: How to get a clean compile? (A2k (9.0.4402) SR-1)

    Sometimes Access, and especially Acess 2000, gets into a partially compiled state and sticks there. Then you have to do a <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.wopr.com/cgi-bin/w3t/showthreaded.pl?Cat=&Board=acc&Number=44732&page=& view=&sb=&o=&vc=1#Post44732>decompile</A> to get it completely decompiled so you can successfully compile it again.
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    Re: How to get a clean compile? (A2k (9.0.4402) SR-1)

    Thanks Charlotte & Mark

    decomplie worked fine, I also got results opening a new DB and importing all objects from old DB into new DB.

    Is there a complie error log written anywhere?

    Is it normal to get an error message when compile finds a legitimate error?

    Many thanks for your response

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    Re: How to get a clean compile? (A2k (9.0.4402) SR-1)

    You always get an error when compile finds one, and the compile won't continue until you fix the error. There is no provision for writing a compile error log to allow you to go back and fix a bunch of them at once. Access wants you to fix them as it finds them.
    Charlotte

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