We have an old software application that was primarily developed for 32 bit OS but based on the market requirement we have also ported it for 64bit OS. The application uses MS-Access as a database and the 64bit version of the software used the 64bit MS Access.
The problem we are facing is with the installation of this application on Windows 7/Vista OS which has MS Office 32 bit intalled on it. The problem is as follows:
"When the applicaiton is installed on the above environment the installer says that the user needs to uninstall the 32bit version of MS-Office while as a user I expect that the application should not bother about the version of MS Office already installed
on the system?.
"As a work around to this I have found that if we uninstall the 32 bit MS office, then install my application and finally re-install the 32bit MS office then there is no problem".
What component do I need to include in my installer package or what changes do I need to make in my code so that the problem does not exists and the user can install my 64bit application without uninstalling his 32bit MS Office. Any help on this would be
We are using Ace Database Engine for 64 bit support in our application and to me it appears that it is the Ace Database Engine that ask to uninstall 32 bit MS Office. Is there any workaroun
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