I have a VB.net program used by about 15 users. It uses Microsoft Access databases and datasets
One of the source files is an old ExminerComments.mdb file, and this is a local database on the users computer.
There have been problems when a user buys a new Windows 10 computer, and then runs the installation program.
I am guessing that it may be due to the outdated .mdb file.
I was thinking of updating their databases to a later Examiner Comments.accdb file.
1. Can I alter the Vb.net program to suit without lots of programming changes??
2. Do I need to change the connection strings and the Data sources table? If so how?
3. I was also thinking of changing the database name to “NewComments.accdb” to avoid confusion. Is this advisable?
The file bellow shows my current connection strings and data sources