My company makes fairly extensive use of an Access + MySQL application that would probably see some significant traffic on the Daily WTF if I posted the source code. The management of users and their ...
Exposition: We use a program built in MS Access that I serve via Terminal Services. I just installed a new TS Server with a Quad Core 2.6GHz Xeon, 8GB RAM, and 4 SATA drives in a RAID 0. In ...
I have a an access DB that is to be eventually be replaced by a SQL DB with a web front end. The web application is currently in development. I have copied the Access DB to SQL using the Migration ...
So - we have an internal company database, the usual kind of stuff: manages clients, phone calls, sales deals and client agreements/schemes. It's an Access 2000 front-end, and an SQL Server 2000 ...
We have an MS-Access DB on a file share. We're getting slow performance and error messages we suspect have to do with file access being so slow. What would be the first things to check to find out ...
To my surprise and delight I read that an adminsitrator can import (nearly directly) an Access 2007 database into a sharepoint site. Automagically, the database in transformed into lists and views ...
I have to copy some tables from an Access 2000 database to a SQL Server 2005 database. What's the easiest way to do this?
I currently have an MS Access application that connects to a PostgreSQL database via ODBC. This successfully runs on a LAN with 20 users (each running their own version of Access). Now I am thinking ...