Have a large MS ACCESS 2000 program that has many VB6 dll's referenced in it + modules queries within it.? ? Program is two part structure - 1) ACCESS 2000 mde front end that LINKS to an open ACCESS 2000 db.
Would like to convert it to the latest Access version on the market.? I belive this is Access 2007 or SQL.
The program is 100% on a VMWARE Windows 2000 Server approx 10gb hard drive space.? ? ? I am not sure how to get it to a user BUT I can have you REMOTE into the system and assit in intalling anything you would like.? I could transfer the VMWARE OS to a portable HD or USB drive and mail it as well but expense and customs might be an issue in some cases?
Open to suggestions
* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Thursday Mar 20, 2008 9:55:31 PM:
I can provide a LINK for those who wish to download and install the FULL program. This is the USERS view point not the developers. YOU MUST have ACCESS 2000 or ACCESS 2000 runtime (I can get you the runtime linke as well if needed) to run the program. ALSO I can get you in touch with one of my staff if you need assitance in going over the program.
* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Tuesday Apr 1, 2008 5:41:03 PM:
The reason for the conversion is for speed increase. We have been doing some testing and JUST pointing to the ACCESS 2007 runtime with our present ACCESS 2000 program appears to gives us immediate improvement on performance and speed. I am not cancelling YET but we are testing this results in real world environment to see if this will give us the extra YEAR we wanted out of the software before upgrading to .NET. Wanted to keep everyone informed. Thanks TOm T.
* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Monday Apr 14, 2008 3:29:25 PM:
Question has been asked "Did you decide that you got enough benefits from Acc 2007 and are not going to need any help?" We just had a meeting today and hoping to have results within the month hopefully sooner. I GREATLY thank you all for your paitence and understanding. Thanks Tom T.