Burn users with a difficult-to-use or slow interface, and they'll toast your reputation.You could spend a lot of time reinventing the wheel, or you could use Access—a relational database on its own.Don’t do massive update queries using Access If you ever need to update a lot of records at once, say, increase pricing on all items by 10%, you’re much better off doing the update via a pass-thru query or on the server directly. Limiting data to just a fraction of records at any given time.Don’t load more data than you need to I’ve bounded forms to tables with several million records with no problem, how? Here’s how: Say you have a table of customers called tbl Customers and that the primary key is Customer ID, to load just one customer in your frm Customers form you would use the following syntax: Where lng Customer ID is a variable holding the Customer ID you wish to see.His passion for Access has led him to helping a wide range of businesses in helping them establish a secure, stable and efficient environment with SQL Server.He's a frequent speaker at Access user groups nationwide and recently spoke at the Orange County SQL Saturday # 73.
Choose this option knowing you'll be using old technology that may not be fully supported in the future.
In contrast to the original MDB file format, an ADP allows you to take advantage of the database server's power and stability in many ways: Access provides all the tools you'll need for all three solutions—the Upsizing Wizard.