Hello Experts! We were asked, by one of our clients, to put an Access 2000 mdb file as a backend on a 64-bit machine, and to access this file from an Access 2000 application on a 32-bit machine. Is there any issue that might cause a problem with this?
Apart from tables, there is some code in the backend. You can see it's references in the attached picture. That code is rarely used. If it might cause problems we can remove it so that the file will contain only tables (Anyway, the necessary code is placed on the frontend). Is that code-removal necessary? We don't need to run access from the 64-bit machine at all. references.JPG
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