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Publishing MS Access APP with Comand Line parts in Citrix XenApp 5

Posted on 2014-01-21
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Hello  I have a MS access DB app that  I launch on Windows Desktop via this type of path

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\MSACCESS.EXE"  /wrkgrp "\\hcc_server\subguard\Database\Data_only_donot_Delete_or_Rename\SGDB_security.mdw"  "\\hcc_server\subguard\Database\Data_only_donot_Delete_or_Rename\SubGuard_analysis_2k3.mdb"

Though when I publish as a App in Xenapp 5

the Command line will only take the  
"Executable path" then the "DB path"    

It Will not work with the /Wrkgrp and the path to the Workgroup File  

In Quotes or no Quotes or on the end Quotes or no quotes ?

I need the Workgroup File applied to the MDB to launch  the Full app in Citrix  Web Portal.

Thank you  Kelly
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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Can you create a batch file that runs the full script and then run that batch file?
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That worked very well,
Good Trick to Stuff all those variables into a package that can be launched!

Thankyou!  Kelly
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Worked perfect!
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