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    BrightSoftware is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Error 2004 and 3035?

    For a few weeks, we often get the errors in 2004 (not enough memory) and 3035 (system resources exceeded) at a customer.
    The errors occur at several places in the program.
    It is access 2010 runtime on a windows server 2008 r2
    The same program runs at several other customers.

    The server has enough free memory and enough free diskspace.

    Does anyone know how to solve these problems?

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    It could be user memory.
    do your forms use child forms with lots of subforms (like on tabs)? You should only use 1 subform then swap out the recordsets.

    do the user have lots of datasheets open?
    these things will fill memory fast.

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    BrightSoftware is offline Advanced Beginner
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    It also occurs with one form open.
    And then executing a small query.

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    aytee111 is offline Competent At Times
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    You should only use 1 subform then swap out the recordsets.
    Sorry to hijack the thread - what does this mean? I am currently contemplating a form with 50 subforms on tabs (different tables), how would I accomplish this without affecting memory?

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    dunno, aytee, but my user would die using it.
    maybe you got lots o memory.

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