To install an updated version of a database installed using the packaging wizard and an msi

Can anyone confirm the following.

After succesfully installing an accdr database using an install created using the packaging wizard (with runtime), any updated versions of the accdr can merely be copied into the appropriate folder (after deleting the old accdr version).

In others words for updates to the database you don't need to uninstall and reinstall just paste the database?

It seems to work as far as I can tell but I want to make sure its OK.

Thanks Lou
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Assuming that (a) you have NOT changed references, (b) you have not introduced any new ActiveX controls or (b) you have not introduced any external programs then yes, you are correct - you simply copy/paste the new .accdr file directly over the old one. You may need to relink the backend files, if you're using a split database.

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