'Id' Is Not An Index In This Table Error Help!

Hello, I keep getting this error when opening up a database. What can I check to find and fix the problem? TIA

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AOIndex Is Not An Index In This Table (Error 3800) - Version: 2000 (9.0)

When I try to open database I'am continuously getting this message (AOIndex..) I can't recover database anyhow. Can someone help..?

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Run Time Error 3800 'CPID' Is Not The Index Of The Table - Version: 2000 (9.0)

Hi,

I have a Access database where I need to locate a project depending on the ProjectID, ProjectTitle, First name and LastName.When Iam searching the table with the FirstName or LastName,I create a pointer for that CPID (Contact_Person_ID) I get this run time error saying CPID is not the index of this table.The index works for the other fields in the table Lastname,First Name ..it doestn't work only for CPID.Why?
Here's my code
Function FindingContact(PID As String)
MsgBox "In finding Contact"

Dim db As DAO.Database
Set db = CurrentDb()

Dim rsc As DAO.Recordset
Set rsc = db.OpenRecordset("Contact_Person", dbOpenTable)

Dim rsct As DAO.Recordset
Set rsct = db.OpenRecordset("Prj_Contact_Person_Type", dbOpenTable)

Do While rsct.EOF = False

If (rsct("Project_ID") = PID) Then

'If the located Project_ID has primary ContactPerson then book mark the current pointer P1 If (rsct("Contact_Person_Type") = "Primary") Then
CPID = rsct("Contact_Person_ID")
rsc.Index = "Contact_Person_ID"
rsc.Seek "=", CPID
If rsr.NoMatch = True Then
MsgBox "Contact person not found!"
Else
CurPointer_P1 = rsc.Bookmark
End If
End If

'If the located Project_ID has Secondary ContactPerson then book mark the current pointer P2
If (rsct("Contact_Person_Type") = "Secondary") Then
CPID = rsct("Contact_Person_ID")
rsc.Index = "Contact_Person_ID"
rsc.Seek "=", CPID
If rsr.NoMatch = True Then
MsgBox "Contact person not found!"
Else
CurPointer_P2 = rsc.Bookmark
End If
End If

'If the located Project_ID has Other ContactPerson then book mark the current pointer P3
If (rsct("Contact_Person_Type") = "Other_Contact") Then
CPID = rsct("Contact_Person_ID")
rsc.Index = "Contact_Person_ID"
rsc.Seek "=", CPID
If rsr.NoMatch = True Then
MsgBox "Contact person not found!"
Else
CurPointer_P3 = rsc.Bookmark
End If
End If

End If

rsct.MoveNext
Loop

rsc.Close
Set rsc = Nothing

rsct.Close
Set rsct = Nothing

db.Close
Set db = Nothing

End Sub

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks,
SB

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Please anybody have suggestions on how to retrive my forms??? I am really concerned about the forms. I have backup for data and for the reports. Please help me?

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Last week my hard disk on my old machine corrupted…

It happened half way through entering information on a particular MSAccess 2000 database although I am assured that the failure of the database did not result in the failure of the disk.

The computer would no longer boot up and unfortunately we hadn't taken a ghost image of the disk or made a boot up disk.
In the end we managed to take the hard disk out of the machine - then using a small white pin on one of the disks rear ports change it to a slave by placing a small white plug in two of the vertical pins at the rear of the scsi port we then put it into a vacant port on another computer's scsi bus and got that computer to recognise the disk.

Once I managed to get the disk up and running I copied the file to the master disk and went about investigating whether I could get the database back.

With regards to the database the problem I got immediately prior to disk failure was
-'AO Index' is not an index in this table- and this was still the case when I could see the file again.

I tried compact and repair
I tried copy and pasting / renaming the database
I also tried importing tables from the corrupted database by using a fresh database.

None of these things worked.

Note initially I was getting a Cyclical Redundancy Check Error trying to paste the database from the old slave hard disk to the master disk however this seemed to disappear.

Eventually I set up an ODBC link and was able to export the data into an excel spreadsheet. Obviously all the forms / reports have been lost however this was a small personal database on which had been conducted little design. I also have a similar database into which I can place the information and it wil probably take me about a week to get the data back into a database.

All in all a good learning experience - our network databases are fully backed up and we would just go back to a historical copy if something happened to one of our Access applications. I did a search on the forum and only found one other thread on this - 'AO Index' is not an index in this table - so thought I'd post my experiences.

Would welcome any comments if people have a better understanding of the causes / solutions to this problem.

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I've made sure that the record is deleted, so there is no duplication of the key.
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Now I want to create a cross-index table, related to the table "tblWords" where I can select synonyms from words already in the table "tblWords", so if I for the word "fresh" add "new" and "clean" as synonyms or entries, if I then go and look at the word "new" it will already have the synonyms "fresh" and "clean", likewise the entry "clean" will then have the synonyms "fresh" and "new".

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I hope my explanation have not been to confusing, but let me know if you need a clarification.

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Edited by: neokrelic on 06.30.04.

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numbers
End Sub

Private Sub Form_AfterInsert()
numbers
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So it should do something like this:

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#2 [ctrl 1]
#3 [ctrl 1]
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----------------- top of subform after scrolling up
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I am currently working on creating a database and have a few questions on indexing fields. Primarily, does it speed up or slow down the overall database speed? The reason I am asking is because I read an article somewhere that advised against Indexing because haveing a great deal of indexed values actually slows down a database instead of speeding it up.

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ksr

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I have read a post in regard to this same error (on an earlier version of Acess), so I hope it is not incorrect of me to ask further questions in regard to the error.

I have had this error on a database recently. Our IT section was able to recover the database from the server's backup, but the data was missing for the full days work on Tuesday.

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