The free Code Tracker™ Add-in for Microsoft
Access® has been upgraded to Version 1.0 and can be used in Access
2002, 2003, and 2007. You can download the CodeTracker1_0.zip file from our
free downloads page.
The Code Tracker™ 1.0 Add-in records the use of every procedure in
your database. You can see how and when your code is being used. We have added a number of
Reports and a Report Form that allows you to filter and sort your code use data in a multitude
of different ways. Plus the Code Use Data form allows you to view and filter your data in over
17 different ways. You can spot and eliminate procedures and modules that never get used, and
you can see which procedures are used most often. You can see the flow of code use for your
databases by sorting all used procedures by date and time. The Code Tracker reveals how your
code is really working and you will undoubtably be surprised how often some procedures are used.
This free Add-in is not a demo. It is a mda file so you can see all of the code and how it
works. Because the data is saved in tables on your database, you can create your own Reports and
Forms to view the data according to your needs.
Instructions are included in the zip file. Unzip the downloaded file to the location of your
read the text files for help getting started.
The new Code Tracker Report Manager allows you to filter Reports by dates, Procedures, and Modules.
You can sort code use by procedure, by module, by date and time, by number of uses and more. You
can also see a list of every Procedure and Module that is not being used so you can trim
unused procedures and Modules from your database. You can drill down to individual modules or procedures.
You can download the free Code Tracker™ 1.0 on our
Free Downloads Page.
A free mdb edition of the Code Tracker is also available.
I hope the Code Tracker™ 1.0 can help you make your Access
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