Re: A Real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database
Chris Welch <chris.welch@...>
A bit messy, you can create Access "applications". They are
packaged for installation in Microsoft Visual Studio.
This uses just run time components (the Jet database engine) so they can be distributed freely and the folks using them don't have to have Access.
I've setup many installation packages in Visual Studio for Visual
Basic, C and C#, there are similar runtime library issues, it is a
bit tedious. I haven't done an Access application, but the
process is pretty much the same.
It can be done.
I haven't had a look at the latest VS for it, but it may have a packaging template to help package Access applications.
Bye for now,
On 2021-02-11 3:38 p.m., D F Tweedie via groups.io wrote: