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Understand the Limitations of Linked Data in MS Access

If you are dealing with Linked Data in MS Access, you should be aware of its critical reputation. While making use of MS Access in your organization, you might also want to link external data with MS Access. As operations in the application cannot always be performed using data already in MS Access. When you make use of external data with MS Access, you will have to link the external data with the application, this will allow you to use the information in its original format. Meaning, you...

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How to Migrate from Access to SQL Server via Upsizing Concept

When your database expands you may wish to migrate to a SQL system using the Upsizing concept. By using the Upsizing Wizard in MS Access, you can use your MS Access application for accessing SQL Server databases. For upsizing an Access databases to a SQL Server database, you will first have to set a target where you want the the process of upsizing to occur. You can make use of any edition of SQL Server, the resulting databases will not have much differences. Although you can upsize Access...

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How to Innovatively Use MS Access in a Large Scale Client Server Architecture

Even if you are running a large scale client server application, you would like to innovatively use MS Access. A client – server architecture is precisely a two tier computer system. Where one computer is the server, which provides data, and another is the client, which requests data. The system can consist of multiple client/ server computers, where server computers create a workstation, which runs an application, and the client computers are connected to that application through a...

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