Run the following command from the VB Immediate Window (CTRL-G) inside Microsoft Access to remove any custom command bars present in the currently loaded database: CurrentDb.Execute “DELETE * FROM MSysAccessStorage WHERE ParentId IN (SELECT msa.Id FROM MSysAccessStorage AS msa WHERE msa.Name = ‘Cmdbars’;);” Execute the following code to completely remove all custom command bars
Track application crashes and disable Windows Error Reporting at the same time!
Recently we’ve been experiencing a number of software failures company-wide in our custom-built line-of-business app. The application connects via Web Services to the Sabre GDS to obtain hotel room pricing and availability at multiple hotels simultaneously. The application is multi-threaded, consuming upwards of 300 or more threads during