Web compatibility check: Form and Report errors

This article lists Form and Report errors that you may encounter when you run the Compatibility Checker, and provides information that can help you resolve the errors.

For general information about Compatibility Checker errors, see the article Web compatibility check General errors.



ACCWeb102010

Error text    Property value must be 0 to be compatible with the Web.

What it means    Control padding in reports must be zero.

What to do    Remove the padding from the controls in the report.

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ACCWeb106000

Error text    Event is incompatible with the Web.

What it means    The indicated event is not supported in Web databases.

What to do    Use a supported event instead. The following events are supported for controls on forms on the Web:

  • AfterUpdate
  • OnApplyFilter
  • OnChange
  • OnClick
  • OnCurrent
  • OnDblClick
  • OnDirty
  • OnLoad

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ACCWeb106001

Error text    Bound controls are not supported in the report header, report page header, or report page footer.

What it means    The indicated control is not supported on the Web because it is bound to a datasource and is in a report header, report page header, or report page footer.

What to do    Do one of the following:

  • Change the control source for the control so that it is unbound.
  • Move the control to the detail section of the report or to the report footer.

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ACCWeb106002

Error text    Conditional formatting data bars are incompatible with the Web.

What it means    Conditional formatting is supported on web reports but data bars are not.

What to do    Delete the conditional formatting data bars on your report.

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ACCWeb106003

Error text    Control on the Form is incompatible with the Web.

What it means    The indicated form control is not supported on the web. The following kinds of controls are not supported on forms on the Web:

  • ActiveX
  • Chart
  • Hyperlink
  • EmptyCell
  • Image
  • FrameLine
  • OLEDocument
  • OptionButton
  • OptionGroup
  • PageBreak
  • Rectangle
  • ToggleButton

What to do    Use supported controls instead. Here is a list of valid controls on forms:

  • CheckBox
  • ComboBox
  • CommandButton
  • Form
  • FormDetail
  • FormFooter
  • FormHeader
  • Image
  • Label
  • ListBox
  • NavigationButton
  • NavigationControl
  • Page
  • Subform
  • TabList
  • TextBox
  • WebBrowser

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ACCWeb106004

Error text    Control on the Report is incompatible with the Web.

What it means    The following controls are not supported on the web reports:

  • ActiveX
  • Controls
  • Attachment
  • Bound Object Frame
  • Button
  • Chart
  • ComboBox
  • Insert Page Break
  • Remove Page Break
  • Insert Page
  • ListBox
  • Option
  • Option Group
  • Rectangle
  • Subform
  • Subreport
  • Toggle Button
  • Unbound Object Frame

What to do    Delete controls that are not supported on web reports and use only the following controls that are supported:

  • CheckBox
  • Detail
  • Empty Cell
  • Group Footer
  • Group Header
  • Hyperlink
  • Image
  • Label
  • Page Footer
  • Page Header
  • Report
  • Report Footer
  • Report Header
  • TextBox

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ACCWeb106005

Error text    Default View must be Single Form, Continuous Forms, or Datasheet to be compatible with the Web.

What it means    The Default View property for the indicated form is set to a value that is not supported on a web form.

What to do    Set the Default View to Single Form, Continuous Forms or Datasheet.

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ACCWeb106006

Error text    Events on Reports are incompatible with the Web.

What it means    The indicated report has an event procedure. Reports on the web do not support events.

What to do    Remove all event procedures from the indicated report.

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ACCWeb106007

Error text    Reports with subreports are incompatible with the Web.

What it means    The indicated report has a subreport. Subreports are not supported on a web report.

What to do    Remove the subreport control from the report.

 Tip   You can use a subreport control on a web form.

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Applies to:
Access 2010