Access sql server not updating tables

27-Aug-2016 09:34

Knowing your database system like the back of your hand is good, but only part of the battle.

Coming up with an easy-to-use interface that your users can learn quickly is just as critical.

Choosing the wrong tool for this process can leave you, the consultant who's supposed to know all the answers, looking somewhat incompetent.

The first is to add one record at a time; the second is to add many records at a time.

An ADP is a specific Access file type that stores user objects such as forms, reports, macros, and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code modules.

All the other objects—the tables, stored procedures, views, and so on—are stored on the database server.

Choose this option knowing you'll be using old technology that may not be fully supported in the future.

In addition, linked tables return all records to the application, which kind of negates one of the main reasons for using a database server (returning only the data you request).

The first is to add one record at a time; the second is to add many records at a time.

An ADP is a specific Access file type that stores user objects such as forms, reports, macros, and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code modules.

All the other objects—the tables, stored procedures, views, and so on—are stored on the database server.

Choose this option knowing you'll be using old technology that may not be fully supported in the future.

In addition, linked tables return all records to the application, which kind of negates one of the main reasons for using a database server (returning only the data you request).

When necessary, you can link Access to server tables.