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Web Compatability Error ACCWEB105016

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    need_help12 is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Web Compatability Error ACCWEB105016

    Good morning.

    Was prepared to publish my db to SharePoint this morning and in running my Compatibility Checker, I get the ACCWEB105015 error, that the relationship between two tables "Are not associated with a Web-compatible lookup are incompatible with the Web"



    I'm not well versed in trouble-shooting these issues in Access, has anyone encountered this issue and successful in rectifying? Would appreciate any help in alleviating.

    Thanks!

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    R_Badger is offline Knows a few tricks
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    are you sure it is ACCWEB105015?

    The text you reference indicates ACCWEB105016.

    I don't have or use access 2010, however
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ac...BMaccweb105015
    Appears to give fairly clear guidance

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    need_help12 is offline Advanced Beginner
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    You are correct, it's ACCWeb105016

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    R_Badger is offline Knows a few tricks
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    From the linked website:


    ACCWeb105016


    Error text
    Relationships that are not associated with a valid lookup field are incompatible with the Web.



    What it means
    The relationship is not supported by a lookup field, and is therefore not compatible with a web database.


    What to do
    Create a lookup field between the related tables. Use the Lookup Wizard to create the lookup.

    I have purposefully tried to stay away from hosting my project sharepoint for this reason! (lookup fields hide the real data) and show you something else instead.

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    need_help12 is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Yes, I read the same thing on the site, but am unsure of how to do the steps it calls out. Unfortunately, I have no alternatives to SharePoint, its a requirement.

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