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Link Code Modules instead of Import Access 2000

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Just wondering if there was a way to make a single *.bas Vb6 code module
available to both a vb6 App and Access 2000. This way I can change only one
file and not fuss with having to reimport the original file every time..??

Thanks,
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Have you considered sharing the code in binary form? For instance, you
could change it to a cls module, i.e. a VB Class module, and share it in a
COM component project.

"Philip" <Ph****@afterapriltax.com> wrote in message
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Just wondering if there was a way to make a single *.bas Vb6 code module
available to both a vb6 App and Access 2000. This way I can change only one file and not fuss with having to reimport the original file every time..??

Thanks,

Nov 12 '05 #2

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Thanks for the reply,

I confess great ignorance to the COM component world, having never used
them. I will look into this option, however the module contains code that I
need distributed with my vb app so I assume this will have some deployment
ramifications.

"Paul Keister"wrote in message:
Have you considered sharing the code in binary form? For instance, you
could change it to a cls module, i.e. a VB Class module, and share it in a
COM component project.

"Philip" <Ph****@afterapriltax.com> wrote in message
news:ft*****************@nwrddc01.gnilink.net...
Just wondering if there was a way to make a single *.bas Vb6 code module
available to both a vb6 App and Access 2000. This way I can change only

one
file and not fuss with having to reimport the original file every time..??
Thanks,

Nov 12 '05 #3

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