I have an Access 2010 database that is divided into a front-end .accde and a back-end .accdb. All the tables are in the back-end and the front-end links to them.
My client is wondering if we can use UNC paths to point to the back-end database so that he doesn't have to map a network drive on the end-user PC's.
My problem is that I'm not sure how to handle this with regards to my development system. Right now, we're using mapped drives so I have the same drive letter mapped on my development system on my network. Then when I put a new front-end on the client's server, the links work fine. But if we switch to UNC, I'll have the problem that the computer name of the server on the client's network isn't the computer name of the server on our development network.
What's the best way to handle this? Do I need to add code to relink the tables (if necessary) on boot?