Hey Experts. I'm new to #Const directives and am not sure how they work. I am researching them now because I want to utilize late binding of needed references in an Access application because the application is being used by users with both 32 and 64 bit machines and the folder structures are different so many dlls are missing on some.
I could also not use late binding if I could figure out how to reference a shared folder containing the necessary references -- but for some reason when I try to change the reference location it is ignored/not changed. I know I was able to do this before... don't remember how I got it to work. Do I need to re-register them in their new location?
So I guess what I'm asking is -- which way would be best/easiest. This is not a distributed application and the number of users is only at most a dozen.
The users click on a short-cut to a batch file which copies the front-end to their local machine retaining links to the back-end tables. I know in the past I have also copied the required reference files in the batch file and registered them on the fly. I can't find a copy of that file -- but maybe that's another solution?
Any advise/assistance/help will be much appreciated.
Thanks a lot!