Problems after closing an ADP

Problems after closing an ADP

Post by Lee Ro » Sat, 31 Aug 2002 23:43:54

I'm getting a weird situation with an access ADP.  After I close it,
two MSACCESS.EXE processes show up in Task Manager, both keep floating
around changing PID's.  It boggs down the system a noticable amount.
This is happening with the ADP and ADE versions.  The only way to shut
them down is to open any other access database, then they both go
away.  ???????

I'm using a MDB database to check for the latest version on the server
and open the main ADP, then it closes out.  This is all working fine,
until I close the main ADP.  If I open it directly, I dont get this

I'm using Office 2000 SR-1, SP-2 on Windows 2000 SP-2.

Thanks, Lee Rose


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