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post Mar 7 2018, 10:53 AM

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Dear All

How Can I Use Syscmd To Change Accde To Accdb

Note : There Was Not Password On Accdb file That Changed To Accde

There is Syscmd 603,Straccdb,Straccde For Changing Accdb To Accde But Above?!!!

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post Mar 7 2018, 10:58 AM

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There is not built-in way to convert an accde back to an uncompiled accdb. This is why you always need to keep the original accdb file to be able to continue development. You don't have a backup copy that you could restore?

If you are desperate, there are a select few companies out there that can reverse engineer the accde back to an accdb. For what it is worth, I once called upon the services of Wayne Phillips from https://www.everythingaccess.com/mdeconversion.asp for this service for a client. He was extremely fast and easy to work with.

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post Mar 7 2018, 11:27 AM

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Keep in mind that reputable services of this type will require proof that you own the accde itself. In other words, if you obtained it from a third-party and can't prove that you have a license or other ownership rights, these services won't recover the code. Therefore, if you encounter someone who promises to do that WITHOUT requiring you to prove ownership, the chances are they are not legitimate.

Best of luck.

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