The user has write permissions, their permissions match other users who can open the database. Training and Tutorials Learn how to master Tableau's products with our on-demand, live or class room training. regards glisando glisando, Jul 10, 2007 #9 dfriend846 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 11, 2005 Messages: 203 Hello Glisandro, Unfortunately I was able to answer my initial question but I do Could it be something to do with the registry settings of the user's notebook/PC? http://sinistro.org/lock-file/could-not-lock-file-access-2003.html
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myApp.MDW and myApp.MDB) if it is in the same directory. Fenton, Dec 31, 2009 #10 Tom Wickerath Guest Hi Rick, > Is there any other user permissions setting besides on the db itself and on > the folder that I need Thanks. Users should not be opening the database for exclusive use which is what the message sound like to me.
When I clicked it, it was a green coloured tick and not greyed out like the other ticks meant for the other permissions. Under the 'Group or user names' section I see a list of names. Fenton" wrote: > =?Utf-8?B?UmljayBZb3VuZw==?= <> > wrote in news:: > > > Is there any other user permissions setting besides on the db > > itself and on the folder that Open Databases By Using Record-level Locking Expert Database Programming MSAccess since 1.0, SQL Server since 6.5, Visual Basic (5.0, 6.0) Reply With Quote 12-03-08,21:07 #4 myle View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage (Making Your Life Easy)
It doesn't sound like you're going to be in the 0.1% yet. 0 Message Author Comment by:WoodstockIT ID: 239392122009-03-20 Peter57r: I re-applied user permissions on the File Server during off-hours This is what I tried: I right clicked on the folder holding the database. In my case the users access the data via forms and those who should not change the data use forms where the fields cannot be edited. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24246023/How-do-I-fix-Microsoft-Access-'Cannot-Lock-File'-error.html What should I do?
This feature is not available right now. Ldb File I copied >> > the >> > database to the same folder and the user can open that copy. >> > >> > Any suggestions would be appreciated. CauseThis error is generated by Microsoft Access and passed through to Tableau Desktop. Similar Threads Could Not Lock File error Mike, Jan 20, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Access Replies: 3 Views: 364 Joan Wild Jan 24, 2004 Access 2000 Could not lock file Error
rdbothmaView Member Profile Mar 4 2008, 11:28 AM Post#6Posts: 140Joined: 1-July 04From: Cambridge, UKIn short, no it won't. http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r18337726-Access-Access-2003-Could-not-lock-file If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Could Not Lock File In Access 2013 The user is running Access 2007. Runtime Error 3050 Couldn't Lock File bootneck02 posted Dec 23, 2016 at 10:55 PM Review round up - 23 December 2016 Becky posted Dec 23, 2016 at 3:53 PM GRID ---free for a short time Abarbarian posted
Stoney Brooks 6,608 views 3:50 Creating a Main Menu Form in an Access Database - Duration: 5:26. check over here Those issues there cover 99% of the problems with multi-user access to a DB file. I have not tried to use the database.mdb file. Teksavvy is buzzing with changes, Can we expect some soon? [Start.ca] by RLBL282. Access Lock File
One person cannot access it because of a, "Could Not Lock File" error. The user has write permissions, their permissions >> > match >> > other users who can open the database. Here you will also see how to give users read only access into your shared database as well as removing this annoying error message that keeps users from even opening your http://sinistro.org/lock-file/could-not-lock-file-in-access-2003.html IPv6 Service [VerizonFiOS] by pappasbike229.
I tested this by having the user create a text file in that folder, they can create a file." Tom Wickerath Microsoft Access MVP http://www.accessmvp.com/TWickerath/ __________________________________________ "David W. Microsoft Access Record-locking Information Rick Young, Dec 29, 2009 #1 Advertisements Tom Wickerath Guest Hi Rick, Do any other users have this database open when your A2007 user attempts to open it? The only other possibility is that the new users have their default database open mode set to exclusive.
When the last user closes the database, it is destroyed. Rick Young, Dec 31, 2009 #9 David W. If so, are they using a different version of Access? >> >> Has this database been split, and is each user running their own copy of >> the >> "FE" (front-end) Generated Sat, 24 Dec 2016 06:56:09 GMT by s_wx1194 (squid/3.5.20) MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor
I right clicked on 'application.mdb' and than clicked on the 'security' tab. I tested this by having the user > > > create a text file in that folder, they can create a file. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... http://sinistro.org/lock-file/could-not-lock-file-ms-access-2003.html Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...
JimD. 0 LVL 77 Overall: Level 77 MS Access 67 Active Directory 1 Server Hardware 1 Message Accepted Solution by:peter57r peter57r earned 500 total points ID: 239373402009-03-20 Consider it like Sign in to make your opinion count. The last puzzling piece is that there are users that are part of the same read only group and we have not heard of any problems from them. If an existing user can create and delete a Word doc in the database folder and a new user cannot do the same, the problem is with user permissions.
The user has write permissions, their permissions >> > match >> > other users who can open the database. If an existing user can create and delete a Word doc in the database folder and a new user cannot do the same, the problem is with user permissions. Advertisements Latest Threads HAPPY CHRISTMAS Everyone. Thank you for providing your feedback on the effectiveness of the article.
You need to have write privileges to the directory that contains the database you are trying to open. Fenton Guest =?Utf-8?B?UmljayBZb3VuZw==?= <> wrote in news:: > Is there any other user permissions setting besides on the db > itself and on the folder that I need to look at? If I am able to find out any further information I'll post it here.Thanks again. · actions · 2007-May-15 3:24 pm · McSummationMmmm, Zeebas Are Tastee.Premium Memberjoin:2003-08-13Fort Worth, TX
That's definitely not a good idea.Your application should be split into a front-end (containing the queries, forms, reports, macros and modules), linked to a back-end (containing the tables and relations). Appreciate your assistance. Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Yes, the .ldb file gets created whenever a database is opened and no one else has it open.