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Replica fails to synchronize, Search key not found, 3709

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

  1. JimEagleOne

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    I've got an Access 2000 format database that has been working well for
    several years. It's been replicated to two other users. Today I tried to
    synchronize the Master to one Replica and got this message:

    "The search key was not found in any record."

    Supposedly, this is error 3709. When I looked it up in MSKB, it said it
    maybe caused by an indexed Memo field. However, that's not the case.

    I am using MS Access 2003. Any ideas to get it to sync again?

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  3. Joan Wild

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    I suggest you ask in the replication newsgroup.
    http://www.microsoft.com/communitie...5e-4fa9-83fd-74fb8dd5c8ca&lang=en&cr=us--Joan WildMicrosoft Access MVPJimEagleOne wrote:> I've got an Access 2000 format database that has been working well for> several years. It's been replicated to two other users. Today I tried> to synchronize the Master to one Replica and got this message:>> "The search key was not found in any record.">> Supposedly, this is error 3709. When I looked it up in MSKB, it said> it maybe caused by an indexed Memo field. However, that's not the> case.>> I am using MS Access 2003. Any ideas to get it to sync again?>> --> .. jim ..
     
  4. JimEagleOne

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    okay, I don't understand how to get there. The link didn't work, but fudged
    until I got something. I don't seem to understand how the public newsgroups
    seem to be on a whole different web page. I'm not sure how workdown from
    Microsoft.com to find the page.
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    ... jim ..


    "Joan Wild" wrote:

    > I suggest you ask in the replication newsgroup.
    > http://www.microsoft.com/communitie...5e-4fa9-83fd-74fb8dd5c8ca&lang=en&cr=us--Joan WildMicrosoft Access MVPJimEagleOne wrote:> I've got an Access 2000 format database that has been working well for> several years. It's been replicated to two other users. Today I tried> to synchronize the Master to one Replica and got this message:>> "The search key was not found in any record.">> Supposedly, this is error 3709. When I looked it up in MSKB, it said> it maybe caused by an indexed Memo field. However, that's not the> case.>> I am using MS Access 2003. Any ideas to get it to sync again?>> --> .. jim ..
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    >
     
  5. Joan Wild

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    The link got a bit mangled. Remove the --Joan at the end.

    I dan't see the page right now but from www.microsoft.com, select Support,
    then self support options, and then newsgroups. The replication newsgroup
    isn't found under Office, Access, but instead Office Developer, then Access,
    then replication.


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    Joan Wild
    Microsoft Access MVP

    JimEagleOne wrote:
    > okay, I don't understand how to get there. The link didn't work, but
    > fudged until I got something. I don't seem to understand how the
    > public newsgroups seem to be on a whole different web page. I'm not
    > sure how workdown from Microsoft.com to find the page.
    > --
    > .. jim ..
    >
    >
    > "Joan Wild" wrote:
    >
    >> I suggest you ask in the replication newsgroup.
    >>
    >> http://www.microsoft.com/communitie...5e-4fa9-83fd-74fb8dd5c8ca&lang=en&cr=us--Joan
    >> WildMicrosoft Access MVPJimEagleOne wrote:> I've got an Access 2000
    >> format database that has been working well for> several years. It's
    >> been replicated to two other users. Today I tried> to synchronize
    >> the Master to one Replica and got this message:>> "The search key
    >> was not found in any record.">> Supposedly, this is error 3709. When
    >> I looked it up in MSKB, it said> it maybe caused by an indexed Memo
    >> field. However, that's not the> case.>> I am using MS Access 2003.
    >> Any ideas to get it to sync again?>> --> .. jim ..
     

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