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3 Crosstab Query Techniques in MS Access

This article addresses some simple crosstab query techniques which can help while working in MS Access. In a nutshell, the Crosstab query can be defined as a matrix, in which column headings are derived from the field values. It is the transformation of data rows into columns. It involves data aggregation like total sum broken down between months or products etc., in which these months are represented through columns. Today we are going to talk about some of Crosstab Query techniques which...

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2 New Features Introduced in SQL Server Management Studio 17.3

This article addresses the newest features of SQL Server Management Studio 17. 3, particularly Import Flat File Wizard and XEvent Profiler, and how users can use them to increase their efficiency. When it comes to managing nearly any SQL infrastructure, most DBA swear by SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). In its effort to make this application more effective, Microsoft regularly updates with. The latest iteration, SSMS 17.3 supports all features of SQL Server starting from the 2008...

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15 Reasons why You Sometimes Cannot Edit Data in an Access Query

In this article, we have addressed some common reasons that at times, prevent you from editing Data in an Access Query A query is a Microsoft database component which allows users to retrieve and revise their data anytime. The sole purpose of Queries is to generate outputs and make the necessary updates in the database. Queries can help in locating data from a record, table, or form, in a database. But it is necessary to use these queries in the right order and structure; else they might...

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