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conversion of ms access 97 application to ms access 2000

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hi access gurus

would appreciate if u can give me pointers regarding conversion of ms
access 97 application to ms access 2000, like what are the problems to
be expected and how to handle it.

also would appreciate if anyone can give pointers on using VSS with ms
access 2000, how to handle multiuser issues when it comes to insert,
update and delete.

thanx in advance,

regards
bala
Nov 12 '05 #1
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ba*******@yahoo.com (bala) wrote in message news:<b6**************************@posting.google. com>...
hi access gurus

would appreciate if u can give me pointers regarding conversion of ms
access 97 application to ms access 2000, like what are the problems to
be expected and how to handle it.

also would appreciate if anyone can give pointers on using VSS with ms
access 2000, how to handle multiuser issues when it comes to insert,
update and delete.

thanx in advance,

regards
bala


About the only thing that's seriously different when you upgrade from
97 to 2000 is that if you have any code behind your forms, 97 uses DAO
and 2000 uses ADO, so the ADO library is registered by default in
2000. You'll just have to unregister it and register DAo 3.6 instead.
Access should do the conversion for you...
Nov 12 '05 #2

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hi Pieter

thanx for the information, well have used ADO in ms access 97 so i
think the conversion shouldn't be a problem.

take care and best of luck

regards
bala
Nov 12 '05 #3

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