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Sagekey Access 2002 Runtime Object

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I am looking at buying Installshield 11 Professional and Sagekey Access 2002
Runtime Object to facilitate the distribution of my Access 2002 application
(having despaired with the PDW).
One of the key reasons for using SageKey (as I understand it) is to ensure
that no conflicts occur with other versions of Access.
In fact their website mentions Access 97 through 2002 in this regard.
However, no mention is made regarding Access 2003.
The Sagekey people won't respond to my emails, so I thought I'd try here.
Does anyone know whether Sagekey Access 2002 Runtime Object will address the
potential conflict with Access 2003 applications installed on target
machines?

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Bob Darlington
Brisbane
Nov 13 '05 #1
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On Mon, 27 Jun 2005 18:13:59 +1000, "Bob Darlington" <bo*@dpcmanAX.com.au>
wrote:
I am looking at buying Installshield 11 Professional and Sagekey Access 2002
Runtime Object to facilitate the distribution of my Access 2002 application
(having despaired with the PDW).
One of the key reasons for using SageKey (as I understand it) is to ensure
that no conflicts occur with other versions of Access.
In fact their website mentions Access 97 through 2002 in this regard.
However, no mention is made regarding Access 2003.
The Sagekey people won't respond to my emails, so I thought I'd try here.
Does anyone know whether Sagekey Access 2002 Runtime Object will address the
potential conflict with Access 2003 applications installed on target
machines?


I've always found the Sagekey people to be -very- responsive in the past. Try
just calling them on the phone if e-mail is not working.
Nov 13 '05 #2

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Thanks Steve, but that's an expensive option from Australia.

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Bob Darlington
Brisbane
"Steve Jorgensen" <no****@nospam.nospam> wrote in message
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On Mon, 27 Jun 2005 18:13:59 +1000, "Bob Darlington" <bo*@dpcmanAX.com.au>
wrote:
I am looking at buying Installshield 11 Professional and Sagekey Access
2002
Runtime Object to facilitate the distribution of my Access 2002
application
(having despaired with the PDW).
One of the key reasons for using SageKey (as I understand it) is to ensure
that no conflicts occur with other versions of Access.
In fact their website mentions Access 97 through 2002 in this regard.
However, no mention is made regarding Access 2003.
The Sagekey people won't respond to my emails, so I thought I'd try here.
Does anyone know whether Sagekey Access 2002 Runtime Object will address
the
potential conflict with Access 2003 applications installed on target
machines?


I've always found the Sagekey people to be -very- responsive in the past.
Try
just calling them on the phone if e-mail is not working.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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Have now heard back from SageKey, and they confirm that the Sagekey Access
2002
Runtime Object will ensure no conflicts with installed Access 2003 on
target machines.
They will be updating their website to reflect this.

--
Bob Darlington
Brisbane
"Bob Darlington" <bo*@dpcmanAX.com.au> wrote in message
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I am looking at buying Installshield 11 Professional and Sagekey Access
2002 Runtime Object to facilitate the distribution of my Access 2002
application (having despaired with the PDW).
One of the key reasons for using SageKey (as I understand it) is to ensure
that no conflicts occur with other versions of Access.
In fact their website mentions Access 97 through 2002 in this regard.
However, no mention is made regarding Access 2003.
The Sagekey people won't respond to my emails, so I thought I'd try here.
Does anyone know whether Sagekey Access 2002 Runtime Object will address
the potential conflict with Access 2003 applications installed on target
machines?

--
Bob Darlington
Brisbane

Nov 13 '05 #4

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