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Access Developer 31 Lessons

Welcome to Access Developer 31. Total running time is 2 hours, 24 minutes.

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Not Recognizing Folders Upload Images   Link  
Brad Bogle 
7 days ago
I've been following along in lesson 1 and it won't recognize the folders. It sees the files just fine but not the folders. Even Richard's template has the same problem. It wouldn't be a Windows setting or something would it?
Kevin Robertson
7 days ago
I just run through a test of the database and displayed both Files and Folders. Try running through the Access Troubleshooter.
Richard Rost
5 days ago
Only if you've got some weird security policies on your system.
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Love the Developer class Upload Images   Link  
Juan C Rivera 
3 months ago
Richard Love this one, This is what I did combined ABCD Document Managment Got the file to copy to system path\dtatfolder\WorkorderID
Juan C Rivera
3 months ago
Wow did not finish my comment, sorry about that.
Everything workes, now Im trying to open the browser in the file location.  I cant use your ABCD data base as a guide ABCD it is so complex.  I will continue trying and may even get it to work trial n error.  I like to ask that in D33 if you can add a short video of how to view the file in brows mode using a subform like ABCD.  You gave me leggo, Im working with them, but thinking I am missing a piece.  LOL  
Thinking ...ABCD works so good due to builing it and all depends on the part before.  but if you try to build it and only wish for the document managment part its difficult to carv that out and just use that.  Whats your thought?

Richard Rost
3 months ago
What exactly are you trying to do? "View the file in browse mode using a subform?" How is that any different from a single form? The button should work the same either way. With a continuous form, the value of the field containing the filename is just whatever the current record is. Help me understand what you need.
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D31 Lesson 4 Posted Done Upload Images   Link  
Richard Rost 
5 months ago
OK folks, that's a wrap for D31. Lesson 4 is a good one: auto-compacting a whole folder full of backend linked files. Enjoy!
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