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Runtime Version and Data Separation

Question asked by ralvy on Mar 8, 2009
Latest reply on Mar 9, 2009 by Jade


Runtime Version and Data Separation


Suppose I have a FMPA solution that was built with data separation. It has two files, one for the interface and one for the data. Now I create a runtime version with both files in the project folder. Does doing that prevent me from later sending the client an updated interface file? It sounds like it might.


Or can I just create a new runtime with the same project settings, using the updated interface file alongside my old data file, and then send them only the interface file after the runtime folder is recreated? To do that, it looks like I'd send the the new .exe file and the new interface.USR file. Is this correct?