make sure that path name is spelled corrrectly and that you are connected to the server on which the file resides. Thanks, Veronika View Replies Similar Messages: General :: Invalid Path To Tables Save Reports To Defined Path In Path Field Get "folder Path" From "file Path" Need Some Help With A As all that is, is the server name itself. The Linked Table Manager should report success.
All contents Copyright 1998-2016 by MrExcel Consulting. Can anyone help please? Rather than confuse you with simpler alternatives, try doing it the way suggested in Help and post back if you run into difficulties. from VBA window Help type TransferDatabase 0 Message Author Comment by:hapropper2007-12-20 OK - since you are a "Genius" rank and I am a noob - I put an entry for
Firstly, you have the mapped drive on the computer you built it on to lets just say [server1\file\filename] as the E drive. If I open one of the smaller files I can only see the tables on the left panel, no forms, no queries. Reply With Quote Feb 21st, 2005,07:12 PM #8 tails Board Regular Join Date Jan 2005 Location Victoria, Australia Posts 130 well when you link the other table to the one you
It works > fine for one person, but the other person get the error message below when > she tries to open the database: > > c:\doc and setting\jmpparden\mydoc.\jump consultingDB\ mdb' Microsoft Access Is Not A Valid Path Make Sure I would expect that records without corresponding values in the right-hand table would show up as nulls (I swear I have dozens of other queries that work this way) but in PCMag Digital Group AdChoices unused Home Products Services Learning Forum Contact Access World Forums > Apps and Windows > Other Software invalid path (but I know its valid) User http://visualbasic.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/vb-access-l/error-of-invalid-path-while-opening-access-application-621947 They can easily hide the complexity of a process from… MS Access Visual Basic Classic Advertise Here 856 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days.
Potion of Longevity and a 9 year old character Are the first solo flights by a student pilot more dangerous? Mdb Is Not A Valid Path. Make Sure Put a copy of the new FrontEnd on every user's PC. FName accurately contains the filename (in this case - 9999999X). 0 LVL 119 Overall: Level 119 MS Access 119 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Rey Obrero2007-12-20 it must contain the Can anyone helpPrivate Sub Command0_Click() Dim FD As FileDialog Dim Name As String Dim Name2 As String Dim Pathx As String Dim Path As String Pathx = Me.Application.CurrentProject.Path & "Images" Path
I want to be able to record the filename and path in a table called "attachments". http://www.mrexcel.com/forum/microsoft-access/127264-linked-tables-across-network-invalid-path-error.html Guest, Nov 11, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Access Replies: 0 Views: 273 Guest Nov 11, 2005 invalid file path pc, May 30, 2008, in forum: Microsoft Access Replies: 2 Views: 220 Is Not A Valid Path. Make Sure That The Path Name Is Spelled Correctly And That You Are Connected View 6 Replies View Related Get "folder Path" From "file Path" Jul 29, 2005 After some help from one of the threads here I managed to install a Browse button in Microsoft Odbc Microsoft Access Driver '(unknown)' Is Not A Valid Path Guest, Jun 14, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Access Replies: 1 Views: 524 Brendan Reynolds Jun 14, 2005 error invalid argument error aagghhhh!
The drive mappings & re-connections are not a problem - the names and letters are 100% stable and do not change plus I regularly open files across the network (from the but I am able to see it under my network tree everything is fine. View 4 Replies View Related File Path Help Dec 13, 2005 Hi,I nave a code which allows the user to upload a file to a folder "images". Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Feb 20th, 2005,07:02 PM #5 Andrew Fergus MrExcel MVP Join Date Sep 2004 Location New Zealand Posts 5,316 Thanks
PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft Access > Microsoft Access > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Links Visual Interdev Client It works fine, but depends on the presence or absence of a small text file which is named chkfile.ozx. Allen Browne, Jul 9, 2007 #3 Larry Daugherty Guest It sounds like you are still in the early stages of your Access journey.
Either recreate the folders exactly as specified in your message, or use the Linked Table Manager to connect to where you copied the file to. jjrfm1 View Public Profile Find More Posts by jjrfm1 03-01-2012, 11:42 AM #2 Kiwiman Registered User Join Date: Apr 2008 Location: Bath, UK Posts: 795 You trigger the logoff by going in as sysop and changing the name of the file so it is no longer found.The problem I have is that on the network, I Microsoft Access Make Sure That The Path Name I have mapped a drive to the shared folder of the database and added the network location to the trusted locations, I then placed a shortcut on the desktop to the
TIA, Andrew Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter ~ >*()))><( I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me than a full frontal lobotomy. Excel - Tips and Solutions for Excel Privacy Statement Terms of Service Top All times are GMT -4. The problem is that where I try to open the .mdb file it gives error message of not a valid path for the .mdb file it is using. Any ideas?
The voices inside my head Are Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Like this thread? It seems to open-up just fine but if I try to open any of the forms is says it's an invalid path and it looks like: c:\users\xxx_xxxx\dropbox\database.mdb is not a valid thats why it is automatically putting in the (E) too i think.
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