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Type 'seldecteds.gqation' is not defined. Type 'seldecteds.gqok' is not defined. Type 'seldecteds.gqeet' is not defined. Type 'seldecteds.gq' is not defined. If I am using a wrong reference library for the excel version, please show how I can go about adding the proper object library to the list. Therefore, the AD resource object can be provisioned as an application instance without the user being aware of the connectivity information. Application Instance is the provisionable entity. In order to get an account in a specific target, end users will need to request for the application seldecteds.gqs: 8. Hi All, I am using some code by Daniel van den Berg re having a star rating on a form. On the subform it works seldecteds.gq when the subform is on the navigation Form.


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On the subform it works ok. But when the subform is on the navigation Form access it gives this error. Try this. Hi Laurie, Thank you for your reply. I had previously tried this reference plus many others! But still comes up with this error when you click on a star. Perhaps the only way is to make the recipe form a pop up form which works, and then the user can rate his recipe.

What do you think? I truly do not mean to insult your intelligence here, just checking - you did put in the name of the main form in Forms! I copied that right from my own code and it worked for me. What version of Access are you using? If it works as a pop up, go for it! Hi Laurie. Thanks for your reply. Just to try it again, I used a blank form Form2 and used Recipes-New as a subform. So, when you state: Forms! You should see a completely different name, which is your sub-form container name.

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Just application is already defined as object application some help to figure this out please. RE: Error Application-defined or object-defined error I truly do not mean to insult your intelligence here, just checking - you did put in the name of the main form in Forms! Just wasted enough time on it. Thank you for your help KP RE: Error Application-defined or object-defined error integrity: I think that you may have fallen into the trap that I did years application is already defined as object application. Sorry if I'm wrong great if I'm right and you now know how it works.

 

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If you want both to reference the same variable, one of them should have int k;, and the other should have extern int k; For this situation, you typically put the definition (int k;) in seldecteds.gq file, and put the declaration (extern int k;) in a header, to be included wherever you need access to that variable. Type 'seldecteds.gqation' is not defined. Type 'seldecteds.gqok' is not defined. Type 'seldecteds.gqeet' is not defined. Type 'seldecteds.gq' is not defined. If I am using a wrong reference library for the excel version, please show how I can go about adding the proper object library to the list. An application object of type x is already declared by seldecteds.gq in Blogs, English, Technical tagged AL, AL code, already declared, an application object of type is already declared, application object, BC, bug, business central, dynamics business central, dynamics nav, modern development, UNC path, visual studio code, vs code.