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Our SPAM filter won't let a .tmp file through. Covered by US Patent. Following some of the suggestions we found elsewhere, weremoved her printer and readded it. We also updated theprinter drivers, same problem.The printer in question is an HP LaserJet 1020, and she's using release6.7.9111.Any suggestions?Thanks,Justin Rick Tenorio - FRx Software Corp 2007-04-03 18:56:03 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Check This Out

Join and Comment By clicking you are agreeing to Experts Exchange's Terms of Use. This file holds the location of the working directory: c:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Local Settings\Application Data\FRx Software\FRx 6.7\FRX.INI This is the location of the working directory (that userneeds to delete routinely) c:\Documents and Do you have any code in the Change event for txtDiameter? We verified there is a default printer set up at theworkstation.

Division by zeroKnowledge to Division by zero and useful things ...... Please allow time for it to finish. Has anyone seen anything like this? Are all of your recipients on the same email server with the same settings?

Are all users seeing the problem, or onlythis select user? The customer is using Dynamics SL version 6.5 with FRxversion 6.7.9111.Thank you in advance for your suggestions and assistance.--Laura Barber 1 Reply 131 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing However, he tells me other drill-through reports are being emailed out fine. If only this user is seeing the error, please confirm theDrillDown Viewer version on a working machine.Rick Tenorio MCDST, MCP [MSFT]FRx Software Corporation - a subsidiary of Microsoft**This posting is provided

Still giving me error. db:: 3.31::MD3420 Error 1011 - A management connection to the...devmgr.v1110api36.sam.jal.ManagementOperation...To Run Management Repoter Migration From Frx j8 ... Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Problem to refer to cell 8 74 128d Paint/Redraw window while dragging 16 52 58d How to debug this code 7 45 32d Excel http://microsoft.public.frx.narkive.com/6fbEUh0E/runtime-error-11-division-by-zero-using-legal-paper-scaling Everything works until we try to changethe Scaling options.I could not find any posts on Partner Only Forum or Public Forum.

We also updated theprinter drivers, same problem.The printer in question is an HP LaserJet 1020, and she's using release6.7.9111.Any suggestions?Thanks,Justin Justin 2007-04-03 23:46:02 UTC PermalinkRaw Message And apparently it isn't all Class modules can be a powerful tool in Microsoft Access. Following some of the suggestions we found elsewhere, weremoved her printer and readded it. It's working now.

We tried under multiple user id's and multiple workstations.We tried setting up a new report. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/23136467/Run-time-Error-'11'-Division-by-zero-in-Visual-Basic.html Formula for the textbox when user key the data: txtDiameterCalculation: txtDiameterCalculation = Val(txtDiameter) * 25.4 / 2 txtLength: txtTotal = CInt(1555.2 * Val(txtLength) / (Val(txtDiameterCalculation) ^ 2) * 3.14159265359 * Generated Thu, 24 Nov 2016 02:44:18 GMT by s_hp106 (squid/3.5.20) The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

Your cache administrator is webmaster. leiaduva responded on 11 Feb 2009 8:20 AM ...that are producing divide by zero errors in ...community.dynamics.com/gp/f/32/t/12... If she uses the FRD, no error.Post by Rick Tenorio - FRx Software CorpJustin,Is this happening on all reports? We eliminatedother known causes for error 11 by compacting the spec set and reinstallingthe print driver.

Reply leiaduva leiaduva responded on 11 Feb 2009 8:20 AM I think I may have figured this one out. Do you have any code in the Change event for txtDiameter? 0 LVL 26 Overall: Level 26 Visual Basic Classic 7 Message Expert Comment by:ee_rlee2008-02-05 Comment Utility Permalink(# a20822435) hi It was full of old FRx temp files. Less well known is Debug.Asseā€¦ Visual Basic Classic MS Access VBA - converting linked tables to local tables Article by: Don Background What I'm presenting in this article is the result

Something like: If cdbl(txtlengt.text)=0 then msgbox "You have entered zero" Exit sub End If But obviously your validation process must be adequate for the calculation process. The order of textboxes are Length, Diameter, Specific Gravity and Total. Are all users seeing the problem, or onlythis select user?

If only this user is seeing the error, please confirm theDrillDown Viewer version on a working machine.Rick Tenorio MCDST, MCP [MSFT]FRx Software Corporation - a subsidiary of Microsoft**This posting is provided

We also updated theprinter drivers, same problem.The printer in question is an HP LaserJet 1020, and she's using release6.7.9111.Any suggestions?Thanks,Justin 4 Replies 229 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Are all users seeing the problem, or onlythis select user? All rights reserved. But I have notheard of this problem specifically being caused by the LaserJet 1020 driver.I would suggest that you contact your FRx Support group for futhertroubleshooting of the issue.Sorry I couldn't

At the beginning ofthe year, it is not reduced. Same problem. Please try the request again. I don't think those other machines have the sameprinter.When we remove that printer (the LaserJet 1020), we don't receive the error.Soon as we add it again (whether we're using the driver

Also, I also found the file that tells wherethe user'sworking directory is for FRx and told him he needs to delete it periodically. Generated Thu, 24 Nov 2016 02:44:18 GMT by s_hp106 (squid/3.5.20) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection We also updated theprinter drivers, same problem.The printer in question is an HP LaserJet 1020, and she's using release6.7.9111.Any suggestions?Thanks,Justin Justin 2007-04-03 23:36:02 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Just confirmed that another machine In mathematics, division by zero is division where the divisor (denominator) is zero.

Reply leiaduva leiaduva responded on 9 Feb 2009 12:49 PM One other point to note on this issue: If I rename the .tmp to .xls, it's garbage. Login. Each recipient receives different info based upon their security clearance. I9UDWGTYOM4HQ5MWCFYE11XP6IVY68HMQ201FRXRHI6QEWL55395TWUQWRFT7I7VKB...www.johnmwillis.com/other/top-10-wor...

I checkedPartnersource too. Your cache administrator is webmaster. However, if I rename the .tmp to .frd, I can indeed open it in the FRx Drill Down Viewer.