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saving macro library in more than two peope using the library

saving macro library in more than two peope using the library

saving macro library in more than two peope using the library

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Hi All

does someone know the way to save macro library in more than two peope using the library shared.
for example,
if someone openes CATIA after another person opened, the second person who openes it can not save VBA library.

I tried to make readonly access of the library file in explore except for only one person who can edit but second person who has editing permission can not save the library.

if many people use CATIA shared the library, and somthing wrong is happend on VBA, wrong script must be modified but it is nessesary to call all user (including most people not using macro at that time) to close the CATIA each time for modification.

I need shared a macro and avoid this problem.

thanks

RE: saving macro library in more than two peope using the library

There's no way to do it.

Distribute and install catvba just as you would with applications. Each user has it's own local copy of it which is updated with whatever software distribution system that you got.

Alternatively, create a CATScript that copies .catvba from shared location to local folder with unique name and runs it from there. User should run that CATScript , not .catvba.

RE: saving macro library in more than two peope using the library

(OP)
Thanks you everytime.

I try it.

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