Just to make sure everything is ok, I went into the folder and right clicked on the application.mdb. Sat, 10/02/2010 - 18:39| jack5465 This error occurs when the .ldb file is not automatically deleted when the user closes MS Access. Do you have a peer-to-peer network? You can likely acquire a "gently used" (reconditioned) file server from a major vendor for a huge discount versus purchasing brand new. have a peek at this web-site
regards glisando glisando, Jun 1, 2007 #4 dfriend846 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 11, 2005 Messages: 203 Hello Glisando, I'm sorry but I cannot confirm that the other method will work. immediately led to this error message. Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Nov 3rd, 2005,08:58 AM #1 The_Grudge View Profile View Forum I can't speak to accessing the files from Dropbox. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-access-could-not-lock-file-error.398720/
Results 1 to 6 of 6 Thread: Microsoft Access "Could not lock file". I have to add a new user to the database. In theory, the .ldb file should automatically get created when user connects to the database and automatically get deleted when user stops using the database.
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? xiaozhou, Dec 31, 2009 #5 xiaozhou Guest "Rick Young" <> Ð´ÈëÏûÏ¢ÐÂÎÅ... > The environment has a mixture of Access 2003 & Access 2007 users. > Other Access 2007 users have no Hence, I thought I knew the answer, but perhaps I didn't; based on your observations, perhaps I was barking up the wrong tree.gareth Logged John Donovan Administrator Emeritus Posts: 1776 Other Ldb File I just downloaded the updates to 10.2.3 (originally was using a 10.1 version) and I still get the error with the updated program.I also attempted the Windows XP file sharing fix.
Reply With Quote Nov 3rd, 2005,09:51 AM #2 cid View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Fanatic Member Join Date Nov 2002 Location Fort Worth, Texas Posts 854 Re: Microsoft Access Runtime Error 3050 Couldn't Lock File Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? None of this will stop a determined with a little knowledge. CyberCowView Member Profile Mar 4 2008, 11:45 AM Post#8UdderAccess Admin + UA RulerPosts: 19,545Joined: 27-April 02From: Upper MIRobert, check out: Sharing/Splitting a DatabaseHope this helps jeenameView Member Profile Nov 22 2010,
Advertisements Latest Threads Steam Link - £15.99 Ian posted Dec 24, 2016 at 10:35 AM WCG Stats Saturday 24 December 2016 WCG Stats posted Dec 24, 2016 at 8:00 AM HAPPY Microsoft Access Record-locking Information I selected properties. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/398720 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Is there any other user permissions setting besides on the db itself and on the folder that I need to look at? "Tom Wickerath" wrote: > Hi Rick, > > >
An easy way to do this is to right click on the empty space, then choose new, text document. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24246023/How-do-I-fix-Microsoft-Access-'Cannot-Lock-File'-error.html Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Could Not Lock File. 3050 I went to the network folder, I right clicked and selected properties. Access Lock File Has anyone ever received this error message using Probe For EPMA and do you have any suggestions on how I might tackle this issue?
You need to set permissions not just on the FOLDER but on the > SHARE. Check This Out austin72406 7,010 views 12:34 Microsft Access Tutorial: Record Locking Options - Duration: 3:05. I am now adding 2 new users, 1 2000 Pro/Offc 2000 + 1 XP Pro/Offc 2003, who each get the 'cannot lock file' message if anyone of the original group is Apparently they did not completely apply correctly the first time even though 'Effective Permissions' showed that they had. Open Databases By Using Record-level Locking
Not that I am aware of. Sign Up Now! You've already verified the write permissions for this user to the shared folder. http://gsbook.org/lock-file/jet-error-could-not-lock-file.php dfriend846, Jun 1, 2007 #5 glisando Joined: Jun 1, 2007 Messages: 15 Hi Guys...
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 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) Add to Want to watch this again later?
I use this method successfully in my own lab to simulate three fully routed global AD Sites on a Windows 10 Hyper-V host. 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. I tested this by having the user > create a text file in that folder, they can create a file. Under the 'Group or user names' section I see a list of names.
As soon as I attempt to work with a file (via Analyze! Will you post a copy of the database? Sign in Transcript Statistics 2,433 views 7 Like this video? have a peek here The user has write permissions, their permissions >> > match >> > other users who can open the database.
When a database is shared, and a user goes to open it. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Join Now For immediate help use Live now! The user is running Access 2007. > > > > I checked permissions on the folder where the database lives and on the > > datbase itself.
I noticed that if I closed all unnecessary applications and only had PFE running, the problem would go away (hence I was able to live with it for two years). Tom Wickerath Microsoft Access MVP http://www.accessmvp.com/TWickerath/ __________________________________________ "Rick Young" wrote: > The environment has a mixture of Access 2003 & Access 2007 users. > Other Access 2007 users have no problem About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts.