carbonnb at sympatico.ca
Tue Oct 21 17:18:54 CDT 2003
On 21 Oct 2003 at 15:07, Robert L. Stewart wrote: > But, #2, the answer is no. Because Access stores things as objects, > you cannot checkin/checkout individual objects with a tool like VSS. > What you would need is an Access database to do it. I used to use a > tool called Version Manager that was an add-in written in Access. But > I have not been able to find an updated version of it from the creator > of it. Actually, with a regular MDB you can. IIRC for tables and queries it's an all or nothing proposition, but with forms, reports and code modules you can check in/out the individual components. All this assumes you have The Developer's tools and have installed the VSS Access Integration bits. I know Charlotte uses(used) VSS quite a lot with Access, so you may get a better response on VSS and Access over on AccessD. -- Bryan Carbonnell - carbonnb at sympatico.ca I've learned.... That to ignore the facts does not change the facts.
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