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In short the message you get tells you that the macro that the button is linked to cannot be found. Then it tells you where it is looking for the macro. If you look closer at this it is looking for the macro that is located within the document and has the path Standard.Story.OpenForm. Is the macro really located there?

If it is still giving you issues what happens if you try to attach the macro to the button again?

Niklas Johansson

Ian Whitfield skrev 2013-09-30 12:03:
Hi All

After some time working on other aspects of my Database I'm back to trying to get a Pushbutton working to open a SubForm.

PClinuxOS 2013.08; LO Base; MySQL 5.1.55

My Database - "FSNew"
Tables - "Members" & "Story"
Forms - "FSNew.Members" & "FSNew.Story"

The Pushbutton on the Members Form has the event -
"Mouse Button Pressed - Standard.Story.OpenForm" .

On Clicking on the Button in the Members Form I get the error -

"A Scripting Framework error occurred while running the Basic script

Message: The following Basic script could not be found:
library: 'Standard'
module: 'Story'
method: 'OpenForm'
location: 'document'"

Can someone decipher this for me please?? Thanks!!

Pretoria RSA

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