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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by ubu, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. ubu

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    I'm using Ms Access 2003. Is it ok to use msldbusr.dll with 2003?

    What exactly does "suspect state" mean? What if some of user names are blank?
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  3. Tony Toews

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    ubu <ubu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >I'm using Ms Access 2003. Is it ok to use msldbusr.dll with 2003?

    Not really. msldbusr.dll comes with the JetUtils package which is
    meant for Access 97/Jet 3.5 MDBs.

    >What exactly does "suspect state" mean?

    This is the biggest problem with using msldbusr.dll with Jet 4.0
    databases as you see this misleading comment. This always happens
    when you view an Jet 4.0 LDB entry when the user has exited the MDB.
    Cleanly or not.

    >What if some of user names are blank?

    Not relevant as there can be up to 255 users in an MDB so most of
    those entries will be empty.

    I'd suggest using the techniques relevant to Access 2000 or newer as
    described at

    Tony Toews, Microsoft Access MVP
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