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    General question

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    We have an access database used in Toronto, India and Poznan. The one in Poznan got into some problem. It get stuck with some users. Why it happened with the one POznan only and why it happened on certain users and why it happened on the first day of the month only. That access database works perfectly fine for me in Toronto.

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    I'm afraid you will need to supply just a few more details of the problem before we can offer a gusee as to what is going on? Access the same? OS the same? Is it a Polish version of Access in Poznan? Split FrontEnd/BackEnd?
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    It's an mdb file developed using the Access VBA language. In Toronto and India, the system was set up in English but in Poznan it's not. Do you think this is the cause of the issue?

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    Quite possibly but that is just a guess.
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    The mdb file is developed in Toronto (in English). However the system in Poznan is in Polish. How to get around with this type of issue?

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    Are you sure the Polish system has all of the system updates? The only thing I can think of is *very* good error trapping and logging. Maybe event some special diagnostic code to add to the error logging for now.
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    Cna you give some example for those error trapping code?

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