Just shooting in the dark, but do you have the Access form property 'allow additions' set to 'yes', and could a user navigate to the 'new record' without even knowing it? Perhaps they are starting a new record without knowing it, and not including information required by a record before they attempt to navigate away to another record?
>>> Andreas <maps(dot)on(at)gmx(dot)net> 03/20/2008 10:20 AM >>>
I've build an application with Access 2000/2003 that uses a remote PG
8.2.6 via SSH tunnel.
The forms have bound controls and usually work decently.
But now and then a user reports a error (I have to translate):
.. event before update caused an error:
Update or CancelUpdate without AddNew or Edit
They say they dont do anything special. Just clicking a checkbox or
trying to jump to the next record would do to trigger the error.
Later the same action won't cause any trouble, so I can't crack this in
debug-mode. Here on my box it always works as expected.
The error appears daily so the productive folks get annoyed but I have
no idea where to look. :(
Could someone here give a hint?
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