Access Front-end Auto-Updating Utility ? (1 Viewer)

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Trying to find and download Bob Larsons

Access Front-end Auto-Updating Utility.​


I can't seem to find the actual link anywhere. Including BTAB's website. Is it still available? Thanks.
 

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Strange. It seems most/all of the items can no longer be downloaded. I got download error messages on each of the items I clicked on

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That's the last link I have for Bob's utilities --when he left he (or someone) moved his materials to Juan Soto's site
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I am able to open the first few links

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Hi @jdraw
That's the same link I've used in the past, but the downloads from his site no longer work for me
 

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Here is one I downloaded many moons ago.
 

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Pat Hartman

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Or you could go with a shrotcut that runs a simple bat file
Code:
md c:\DwgLog
del c:\DwgLog\DrawingLog.accdb
copy "\\BSCCTIMBERLINE1\Timberline Office\AccessApps\Data\CommonFE\DrawingLog.accdb" c:\DwgLog
c:\DwgLog\DrawingLog.accdb
 

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I have a module from Scott Prince that I've made some changes to, and requires a table in the BE and FE for version checking. I've also added the ability to check for an app module prefix (3 characters in my case) and the file path to the 'master production version' which will be copied to the user's desktop in a specified folder and, with the use of batch files, should also create a desktop shortcut. I should update it to my new naming standards and perhaps add some comments for others to use...but it is as it is for now.
 

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