08-07-2012 12:02 PM - last edited on 08-07-2012 12:11 PM by ghollister
I am about to gather the database from one of our offices and attempt to import the data (version unknown at present) into a new database that I have created. Is that how this works, or do I simply upgrade the existing database? My preference, since we are now on the web-based version, is to import into a new database with new users. That leads to another question: what happens if the original database has different users than the new database has? Thanks for your assistance.
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08-08-2012 08:35 AM
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You can open the database in your version of ACT!, assuming the version you are running is the same or newer than the one that created the database. Example: If you are running ACT! by Sage 2010, and the database is created in Sage ACT! 2012 - you will not be able to open it.
Assuming it will open, you can use that same database as a new database. For the users, you can set the current users to 'Inactive' and create new users. Here is an article on managing users: KB Article 19474
If you want to import the new database into an existing database, here is an article with instructions: KB Article 17539