Total Access Analyzer is the world's leading Microsoft Access add-in product and is designed to help you create better Microsoft Access solutions through comprehensive documentation and analysis. Total Access Analyzer detects over 300 types of errors, suggestions and performance tips plus 380+ documentation reports, making it the most powerful documentation and analysis program for Microsoft Access.
References to Procedures Defined in Libraries are being flagged as Undefined Procedure Errors.
Total Access Analyzer performs module analysis and cross-referencing to identify invalid procedure calls. If your database uses functions stored in a library, those functions are not detected and procedure calls to them are incorrectly flagged as undefined.
Total Access Analyzer cannot detect the procedures in your referenced library databases. However, if you create a table in your database listing the procedure names from your library or libraries, Total Access Analyzer will avoid flagging those procedure calls as undefined.
Simply create a table name usysTAnalyzerLibraryProcs in your database with two text fields: Procedure and Library. Fill the table with the procedure names you call. The library value isn’t required, but provided for easier tracking. Total Access Analyzer checks the list to avoid identifying those procedures as undefined.