Access Application Objects
Access application objects contain all of the Access database objects and collections. These methods can be used to apply property settings to the entire Microsoft Access program. For example, you can use the SetOption Method of the application object to set database options from Visual Basic.
As time permits we will add definitions to each of the Application object methods listed below:
Access Error Method
You can use the Access Error method to return the description associated with a Microsoft Access or DAO error when the error hasn’t actually occurred. However, you can’t use the AccessError method for ADO errors.
The AddToFavorites method adds the name of the current database to the Favorites folder.
The BuildCriteria method returns a criteria string as it would appear in the criteria line in the query design grid.
You can use the CloseCurrentDatabase method to close the current database (either a database (.mdb) or an Access project (.adp) from another application that has opened a database through Automation.
You can use the CodeDb method in a code module to determine the name of the Database object that refers to the database in which code is currently running.
Compacts and repairs the specified database (.mdb) or Access project (.adp) file. Returns a Boolean; True if the process was successful.
Converts the specified Access database file from one version to another Access version.