I planned to send you an email, then thought you were a bit freaked out about my earlier message and also did not want to bother you much. So left it at that. Send it through when you get time dude ! Not a hurry. Cheers.
This also has the ability to have multiple version types. Which can be caught and trigger different kinds of updates to the databases local environ or just to update the access database's file itself! woot
Hey, I wanted you input on this.
I have an application that I have developed to be used in an office of 80+.
This application undergoes many updates by myself, so I decided to create and integrate an updating system to it. It contains a network access file, local machine access file, network backend access file, and two version files. One local, one on the network. This system uses a custom class that looks for the version file in a subdirectory of the location of the access database and compares itself to another instance of that class. One instance of that class is created for each the local and network versions and they have the methods to compare to each other. Would this be worth the time to refine to a dynamic state and sharing with this community?
Sorry for the long rambled question!