Last post Nov 02, 2009 01:57 PM by Mikesdotnetting
Oct 28, 2009 08:50 AM|knee_boarder|LINK
I have a few questions regarding Access 97 and other versions of Access as we don't have time to develop .net versions of our Access 97 databases and some of our users are moving to other versions of Office/Access - I work for a local authority hence we
tend to be very slow in moving to newer technology!
We've tried converting our Access 97 databases (lots of front end forms) into Access 2000 but they fail and we don't want to install two versions of Access due to having our applications delivered via Novell to the user (PC's are locked down).
Do we need to purchase anything to produce stand alone executables which could be used on any pc regardless of which version of Access is installed instead of using mdb/mde files?
Would stand alone executables have all the functionality of mdb/mde files?
Would this overcome the Office XXX version problem?
Will newer versions of Windows become an issue (we're on a mixture of 2000 and XP at the moment)?
Are there any issues with going down this route?
Nov 02, 2009 01:57 PM|Mikesdotnetting|LINK
This forum is about using an Access database file in ASP.NET, not using "Access - the applciation". You will find more help for your question in a dedicated Access forum like the one at www.utteraccess.com.