Access Database Recovery

3 Stages to Follow while Documenting a Database before Creating It in MS Access

In this article, we look at why we need to document a database during a design phase. Next, we look at the 3 stages that one needs to follow while documenting during the design phase.  It is a proven fact that if you keep on taking notes and document all things that you learn and experience, you are bound to remember them for a lot longer. This holds true for the Access codes as well. You might feel that your code has been designed well and is working well as well, but if you choose to...

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3 Critical Steps to Effectively Manage Linked Tables in MS Access

While it is quite easy to Link tables in Access, Managing them is entirely a different ballgame. Here we look at critical steps which are needed to manage them effectively Managing Access databases and managing split Access databases is different yet similar to a great extent. Irrespective of whether the database you are using is split or not, you need to make sure that it is working effectively at all times. This will require you to manage your databases well. Now you might feel that after...

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How to Deploy MS Access on a SharePoint Server or a Remote Desktop Environment

This article is an attempt to understand the performance of MS Access on a remote desktop environment or on SharePoint Server Not all users of MS Access can afford to make use of the application on-premises, thus leaving them with the choice of either using it on a SharePoint Server or on any other remote desktop environment. But before you choose to make a move towards either of the two, you need to understand how do they stack up or how does Access perform over a remote environment. If you...

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