CODE Application File Download Page
Install Version 5.002

Introduction

This page contains information and required file downloads for the installation of the CODE application.

1. CODE Front-End (CODE_Front_End.mde)

CODE_Front_End.mde is the main application "Front-End" (user interface) file. This is the file that you will open in order to enter patient details and records. This file should be copied to your local computer and will be pointed (linked) to the back-end file.

Component Requirement
Computer and processor 1-gigahertz (GHz) processor or higher.
Memory 1GB of RAM or higher.
Hard disk 100MB free disk space
Operating System Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
Software MS Access 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 or 2016 (full or run-time versions)
   

Front-End Installation Instructions

i. Ensure you have Microsoft Access 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 or 2016 installed on your computer. If this is not installed then may wish to install the run-time version which is available from here http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=10910
ii. On the client computer, create a folder with read/write privileges into which you will copy and run the Front-End file. We recommend the folder be named "CODE Application Front End". So, for example, you may choose to create the folder as "C:\CODE Application Front End" or "D:\CODE Application Front End". It is not absolutely necessary to have the front-end installed in this folder, but doing so will aid ongoing maintenance and support.
iii. Download "Front_End.zip" by clicking on the following link: Click here to download the Front-End   . 
iv.
Extract CODE_Front_End.mde from the downloaded zip file and copy CODE_Front_End.mde to the folder location you created in Step (ii) above.

2. CODE Back-End (CODE_Back_End.mdb)

CODE_Back_End.mdb is the "Back-End" data file. This holds all the data that is entered via the "Front-End". This file should reside on your network in order to allow multi-user access.

Important: This step should ONLY be performed if you do not already have the CODE Back-End data file installed on your network. This file will contain sensitive patient information such as Name, Date of Birth and NHS Number and should therefore be protected from unauthorised access under your network security policy.


Back-End Installation Instructions

i. Create a folder on you network into which you will store the Back-End file. This folder must be accessible to the computers onto which you will have installed the Front-End file. We recommend the folder be named "CODE Application Back End". For example, if your network has a drive mapping of "I:\" then the back-end may be located in "I:\Data\CODE Application Back End". It is not absolutely necessary to have the front-end installed in this folder, but doing so will aid ongoing maintenance and support.
ii. Download "Back_End.zip" by clicking on the following link: Click here to download the Back-End   
iii.
Extract CODE_Back_End.mdb from the downloaded zip file and copy CODE_Back_End.mdb to the folder location you created in Step (i) above.

First-Time Use

To launch the application, simply double-click the file "CODE_Front_End.mde" that you will have installed in Section 1 above. You will be prompted to browse to the location of the Back-End data file. Click the "Browse" button and locate the file "CODE_Back_End.mdb" on the network location that you will have installed in Section 2 above.



The tables will link and you will then be prompted to login. The default login details are:

Username = Guest
Password = CODEGuest



It is strongly recommended when you login for the first time, that you create your own unique username and password. This can be achieved by selecting "Tools|Users" from the main menu when logged-into the system

When using the system for the first time, you will be prompted to register your ServiceID and Service Name.



Click "OK". Then enter your unique ServiceID and Service Name into the form. N.B. if you do not know your Service ID then please contact CORCiapt@annafreud.org with your Service Name.