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Performance Tuning Tips for Using Microsoft Access

If you are really interested in the fastest performance, don't use Access as a front-end to a SQL Server database. While Access is relatively easy to learn and fast to develop in, its performance if poor when compared to other front-end options. But if you like to develop in Access, or don't have any choice, then the tips on this page will help a little to boost your application's performance.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/02/22 | Source: SQL Server Performance | Category: miscellaneous
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Basics for Building Microsoft Office Access 2003 Runtime-Based Solutio

Jan Fransen reviews how to use the Microsoft Office Access 2003 Runtime with the Microsoft Access 2003 Developer Extensions so users without Microsoft Access 2003 installed can still use Access-based applications.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/02/22 | Source: MSDN Communities | Category: access
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Upsizing the Access Database into the SQL Server

SQL Server and Access are usually linked together as Access used for applications at the beginning of their lifecycle that are later moved to SQL Server when the load gets too high or the data sizes grow. There are often cases where you may also want to use SQL Server as a backend to an Access application. But how do you get your data from Access to SQL Server? Author Dinesh Asanka brings us an overview of the various ways that you can move your Access database to SQL Server.   Read more...
By Dinesh Asanka 2005/02/21 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: upgrading
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