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Error: System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException

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  • Hello!

    I got the above error when I copied my project from one computer to
    another. I zipped the .sln file with the project folder to work at the
    project from home. At university everything was OK but now I don't
    know what to do with the error?

    I use an Access db to walk through data records.

    Can I provide further info?

    Thanx guys...
    Wednesday, January 23, 2008 2:46 PM

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  •  MaxBlue wrote:

    Hello!

    I got the above error when I copied my project from one computer to
    another. I zipped the .sln file with the project folder to work at the
    project from home. At university everything was OK but now I don't
    know what to do with the error?

    I use an Access db to walk through data records.

    Can I provide further info?

    Thanx guys...

     

    Hi MaxBlue,

     

    The exception would have a description that would give more reasons why the problem happened, if you posted that it would be a great help.

     

     

    And as ReneeC has pointed out there are babes here too. Smile 

    Wednesday, January 23, 2008 9:10 PM

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  •  

    Not everyone here is a guy.

     

    Yes there is information you can give. The exception had to have give more information than that.

     

    Do both systems have .Net installed? What version of the operating system are they? have you adjusted your connection string if you are in a different directory?

    Wednesday, January 23, 2008 5:53 PM
  •  MaxBlue wrote:

    Hello!

    I got the above error when I copied my project from one computer to
    another. I zipped the .sln file with the project folder to work at the
    project from home. At university everything was OK but now I don't
    know what to do with the error?

    I use an Access db to walk through data records.

    Can I provide further info?

    Thanx guys...

     

    Hi MaxBlue,

     

    The exception would have a description that would give more reasons why the problem happened, if you posted that it would be a great help.

     

     

    And as ReneeC has pointed out there are babes here too. Smile 

    Wednesday, January 23, 2008 9:10 PM
  •  

    "And as ReneeC has pointed out there are babes here too.  "

     

    Women certainly. I doubt any of us would do ourselves the disservice of calling ourselves, "babes".   

    Wednesday, January 23, 2008 9:54 PM