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    jgelpi16 is offline Expert
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    Question "Not a valid bookmark" error...??????

    I have a database that is on a scheduler. All it does is open up, update a few tables and then closes. I received an inexplicable error this morning so I ran a compact and repair....Fixed my original problem and now I have an even more perplexing problem. On the below code when it tries to execute the line in red I get a Run-time "Invalid bookmark" error . All of the forums I've found that pertain to this have some reference to a bookmark. As you can see I have no reference to a bookmark. Any suggestions?



    Code:
    Function funStoreDistrictRegion()
    'On Error Resume Next
        Dim mySQL As String
        
        mySQL = "DELETE * FROM Store;"
        CurrentDb.Execute mySQL
        
        mySQL = "DELETE * FROM District;"
        CurrentDb.Execute mySQL
    '...Remaining code (Just a few more SQL statements)
    End Function
    I have tried running another compact & repair to no avail.

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    boblarson is offline --------
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    Most likely corruption. See this here (read #9)

    http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/corruption/symptoms.htm

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    jgelpi16 is offline Expert
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    It was the beginning of corruption...Waiting on a file restore as we speak.

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