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Strange Error #3200 "no Record Found"

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    Legacy Poster

    Hello,

     

    Could anyone help me ?

     

    Thanks in advance,

     

    Simon

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    Legacy Poster

    I've had this error a few times myself when creating my database using access.  Most of the time, it was because of an invisible character also being present in the access document product code.  If you delete the entry and re-enter the information, does this solve the issue?

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    Legacy Poster

    Could also be a join issue

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    Legacy Poster

    I cannot re-enter the information because my access database uses distant SQL server data tables. I'm going to check out the invisible character issue (may it be a space or something ?)
     
    Thanks for you replies !
     
    Simon
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    Legacy Poster

    Hi,

     

    Could you please  re- send  completed link.

     

    I have same  problem.

     

     

     

    Thank you

    B||R

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    Sandy Bodell

    I also have the same problem, though I am using Excel as a data source.  I can browse using the query to the correct record, but when I print or preview, I get this error.

     

    Sandy

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    Jasper Wen
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    Generally, the error message "no records found" means just that and can't find any matching records being queried for. The most common scenario people run into if it browses correctly in the database connection setup but not at print time is the query records selection is not set correctly under the file->print dialog. Make sure it is set to all records if you are trying to query from all records on the database.

    If you are still running into further issues, please contact our tech support directly to open a support ticket.

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    Charles Isaac-Samuel

    Jasper Wen is correct!

    This just solved my issue.

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