Often if you skip one, the rest will be skipped. Sorry this didn't help.
Start Microsoft Access 2003 application. Click "Access 2013" when it pops up.
I'm currently trying to resolve a similar problem myself. You can reference the older thread with a link if you wish.
Open Access 2003 database in exclusive mode 1. I wear a lot of hats... Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.
Do you have to use the frontend to make these bulk changes, or could you open the backend directly? How satisfied are you with this response?
Learn more. Kev 97. Try it for free Edge Out The Competition for your dream job with proven skills and certifications. Don't click where it says open, but do click the area to the right of the vertical bar. Attempt to open Exclusive and then check if anyone else is in the DB.
On the left top corner, click on the Microsoft Office button, and then click on the Open folder icon. There are some options within the mdb that change how the database is opened by default, these should be your first port of call particularly setting the "default open mode" to "shared".
Do your updates in shared mode, but place them in a transaction. It's more than this solution.
This article has also been viewed 10,282 times. So, Q 1 is: Use what I would call psuedo locking - place a flag in the app that gets checked at vairious points and if set, don't allow anyone to do anything. Any pointers appreciated! The form's data is based on a query. You've already split the database data tables in the shared back-end, linked tables and the rest in the front-end.