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Lockout Errors

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by baconroll, Oct 28, 2005.

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  1. baconroll

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    I am running a database which is shared by many users. Occassionally a user
    gets the following errors in order of 1. Could not save, currently locked by
    user etc, (press ok) then you get 2. The save operation failed, (press ok)
    then you get 3. Out of memory.

    I have determined that the user was not in a record that someone else was in
    - any ideas on why this is occurring. thanks
     
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  3. Tony Toews

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

    >I am running a database which is shared by many users. Occassionally a user
    >gets the following errors in order of 1. Could not save, currently locked by
    >user etc, (press ok) then you get 2. The save operation failed, (press ok)
    >then you get 3. Out of memory.
    >
    >I have determined that the user was not in a record that someone else was in


    Access defaults to working page locking mode rather than record
    locking. So it's quite possible that someone could be in an adjacent
    record causing this error message.

    That explains 1 and 2. However 3 out of memory should not be
    occurring. That makes no sense at all. Are you up to date on your
    service packs on all your systems?

    Tony
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