Connecting to another Database

There are various methods to connect to data from other databases. The following are the most common methods: Linking to another Access Database’s Tables

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Main Form and Subform Concepts

The relational data refers to one-to-many relationship between records that are stored in separate tables. A one-to-many relationship is an association between two tables in which the primary key value of each record in the primary table corresponds ...

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Creating an Import Specification in Access 2003

When you want to import text files in Access it can be saved as a specification and imported using VBA code. Below is the step-by-step process for creating an Import Specification.

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Microsoft Access Database Conversions

We provide solutions for Access databases that have become unstable and slow from large amounts of data. Our experts will migrate your data to a SQL Server backend database, keeping the existing screens, and use SQL Server’s robust scalable backend solution for storage and reporting.

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Features of Microsoft Access

Each table stores information about a single entity or topic, such as customers or orders. Data is organized in each table into columns or fields and rows or records. This complete group of tables can be thought of as individual building blocks that represent the entire database.

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