Meeting Date 3 Aug 2022 Last Updated 22 Aug 2022
Peter Cole explained how to make the process of converting databases for use with 64-bit Access as simple as possible.
The main consideration is normally the need to convert API declarations from 32-bit to 64-bit. Peter demonstrated three related apps he has created for this task:
a) free API scanner that shows the number of declare statements in a database providing an idea of the size of the updating task.
b) free API Viewer that provides the declarations for 64-bit.
c) commercial 32 to 64-bit updater app showing some sample updates.
Further details of this session are available on the Access Europe website. See Topic Outline
Click to download a zip file containing:
a) PDF summarising the session content
b) 32 to 64 samples folder containing a large number of sample files - see the read me file
c) Access API Scanner containing 32-bit & 64-bit ACCDE files - see the read me file
Click to download: 32-bit to 64-bit Sample Files
The meeting was recorded and the video is available on the Access Europe YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/NE-ixCSkEgI or you can click below:
Colin Riddington Mendip Data Systems Last Updated 22 Aug 2022
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