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How can I solve problem with AciveX component or OLE Server?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Yurrij Kozkin, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Yurrij Kozkin

    Yurrij Kozkin
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    I have problem with MS ACCESS. I developed database aplication on computer,
    where Local Setings were set to SLOVAK. If I am trying to run it on computer
    with Local Setings set to English or Portugal, ACCESS returns Error of
    ActiveX object or OLE SERVER. I know it is in Locxal Setings. Is there any
    Script or Library that solves this problem?
     
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  3. Luiz Cláudio C. V. Rocha

    Luiz Cláudio C. V. Rocha
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    Hi Yurrij,

    it' s a good practice to develop Access application on an English-version
    machine, especially if it's not Access 2003.

    What is the exactly error message you got? Does your application rely on any
    ActiveX component (calendar, grid, etc.)?

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    Luiz Cláudio C. V. Rocha
    Coordenador de Projetos FórumAccess
    São Paulo - Brasil
    MVP Office
    http://www.msmvps.com/officedev


    "Yurrij Kozkin" wrote:

    > I have problem with MS ACCESS. I developed database aplication on computer,
    > where Local Setings were set to SLOVAK. If I am trying to run it on computer
    > with Local Setings set to English or Portugal, ACCESS returns Error of
    > ActiveX object or OLE SERVER. I know it is in Locxal Setings. Is there any
    > Script or Library that solves this problem?
     
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