Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Access Database corrupt after Importing Forms with VBA code

Forms are MS Access database components, which are primarily used to perform data entry, enter custom information, and go through the system. In real-time environment, most of the projects are built with forms that contain VBA (Visual Basic Application) code. This code enables the database user to directly update the Access database. While importing of forms (with VBA code) can be easily performed, the process might result into corruption of MS Access database. Once the database gets corrupted, an error message pops up, that does not allow you to access the data stored in the database. For accessing the database records after corruption of database, an updated database backup acts as a boon. It helps you to restore the data and continue with your work. However, if the database backup is not available or backup backup file is not updated, then you will need to repair the database using an advanced access repair application.

Consider a practical scenario, where you import some forms-that contain VBA code-into another database. However, when you attempt to open the forms in the database after importing, you receive any of the below error messages:

'The event 'OnClick' has caused errors'


'Unable to save - Network connection may have been lost'

Once any of the above error message appears, the database becomes unmountable resulting into inaccessibility of records.


The root cause for the above error message is corruption of Access database.


To resolve the above error messages and repair the corrupted database, you will need to use Compact and Repair the database. The utility is inbuilt in MS Access and provides repair in most of the situations. But, the repair utility fails if the corruption is severe. In such situations, you will need to use and effective Access Repair tool to repair the database.

An repair access application comprehensively scans the corrupted Access database and repairs it to maximum possible level. The repair utility does delete, overwrite, or add the data saved in the original file, making it totally safe and risk-free.

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