How do I create a stand alone application with Access
I want to create a stand alone application with Access, but do not know how to go about doing that. I have the Microsoft Office 2000 Developer version along with the MSDN files associated with it.
It will be used by any number of people so it needs to be able to be open with multi user in mind.
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How can I make an acccess file look like "stand alone" application, without access menus, options, etc., just the Switchboard
I have a simple Inventory application (developed using Access 2000) which is stand alone. That is the changes to the inventory can be done only on a single PC.
Now, I need to make it available from different geographical locations i.e. via internet. However, it will be accessed from one location/one user at a time. My inventory application requires Access 2000 to run.
Is there any way that I can upload Access 2000, my inventory application and associated folders to a remote 24/7 Server and access it at will. What is the simplest way to do this
Is it possible to compile an Access 2010 program into a stand-alone which could be run on a computer without Access?
I have an application which uses many thousands of part numbers. I also have a folder with many thousands of photos of those parts, all in JPG format. How can I display those from my application? It need not be on a form, just stand-alone images would be fine. In the past I have used BMP images in Access, but it is not practical to convert all the images to BMP.
Can I create database application using only MS Access.
If yes please tell me tutorial how can I achieve this.
I like my application to have buttons,password fields for entering in the application etc .
If this is not possible creating application using only MS Access please tell me tutorial for achieving this using C++.
Please tutorials to have 20 pages
Getting error message: your network access was interrupted. It is a stand alone DB. We are on a network, but this database does not go out and retrieve any information
The core of Microsoft Access and an important part of Visual Basic (the stand-alone application development environment) is the Microsoft Jet database engine. The relational DBMS functionality of Access comes from the Jet engine; Access itself merely provides a convenient interface to the database engine.
I'm still new in vb.net. I want to develop a stand alone program using vb.net.net login with microsoft access database.?
My project is set up so that I have several tables with different TV sizes (ie 20 inch, 22 inch, . 60 inch) Each contain roughly the same types of info - like each have a TV Model no. and aproduct number with few containing specific info that only that TV would have, like a special part to the TV.
So what I want to do is relate these many TV TABLEs to the STAND TABLE that they would be using. I have like 10 different tables of TV sizes and 1 stand list. The TV TABLEs are related to the stand list by TV model. Sounds easy enough right?
But my problem is this- how do I make a query where I am able to just put in TV Model and it will search throught the tables and put out the necessary info - lets say I want TV Model, related Stand, and Product Number outputed.
Find out how to prepare your application for use with the Microsoft Office Access 2007 Runtime. If you are creating an application that runs in an Access Runtime environment, you must carefully consider how to provide an interface for the user. You must also consider the fact that some users may own the correct version of Access and run the application in a full Access environment. Take care to test your application under both environments to make sure it properly balances usability in the Access Runtime environment with code security in a full Access environment.
After you create and test your application, you can use the Package Solution Wizard that is included in the Access 2007 Developer Extensions to create a final version that you can deploy to end users.