Troubleshooting Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers Error 93 to 429

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Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 93
Invalid pattern string
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 94
Invalid use of Null
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 96
Unable to sink events of object because the object is already firing events to the maximum number of event receivers that it supports
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 97
Can not call friend function on object which is not an instance of defining class
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 98
A property or method call cannot include a reference to a private object, either as an argument or as a return value

Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 321
Invalid file format
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 322
Can’t create necessary temporary file
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 325
Invalid format in resource file
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 380
Invalid property value
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 381
Invalid property array index
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 382
Set not supported at runtime

Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 383
Set not supported (read-only property)
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 385
Need property array index
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 387
Set not permitted
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 393
Get not supported at runtime
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 394
Get not supported (write-only property)
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 422
Property not found
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 423
Property or method not found
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 424
Object required
Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers 429
ActiveX component can’t create object

Above are list of Microsoft Access SQL Error Numbers or Error Messages or Warnings from Error 93 to 429 received while performing certain operation against MSAccess related products.

What are Microsoft Access SQL Error Messages?

Microsoft Access error numbers are a set of error codes for use by all Microsoft Access products. Every Microsoft Access error message returned by MSAccess , is self explanatory and contains the object name in cases where required.

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Information about Microsoft Access Error Number Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.

 

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