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How to Modify the Timeout Value Applicable for Access SQL Queries

In this article we look at changing the default timeout value placed in Ms Access for running queries Often while using queries in the MS Access application as well as SQL Server, there are instances when your query might time out, before you can get the query results. Many users of the applications are unaware of the possibility of modifying query timings in both the applications. Although both the applications greatly vary in their capacities to contain data, similar kind of procedure is...

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6 Main Problems Caused by A Large Access Database

In this article we look at issues caused by a bloated Ms Access database There can be two different definitions of a large Access Database. One might consider a database with lots of tables and thousands of records as a large database. Whereas someone else may consider a database with thousands of queries, objects, reports etc as a large database. Both the definitions and interpretations are correct, and whether a database is large due to lots of records or due to lots of queries, forms and...

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4 Key Benefits of Splitting Your Access Database

In this article we explore the array of benefits which one can derive by splitting an Ms Access Database One of the most useful features provided by Access to its users is the feature that allows splitting the databases. Splitting a database involves creating different files, one in the backend, with relational data and another in the frontend, with interface objects. There are a lot of benefits that you can achieve by splitting your Access databases, a few of those benefits are described...

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