Best Resolution for MS Access Database Corruption

by Robert the Noid While making an attempt to access MS Access Database file, if you receive an error message that states, “broken reference to the fileā€¦” then what would be your reaction. There are two possibilities, either you would get irritate because initially as you won’t be able to understand the problem. Or you would understand the problem and would attempt to rectify and perform Access recovery as soon as possible. Usually, such incidents occur or you get encountered with such messages due to many possible...

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MS Access Database corruption after executing or modifying a query

by slworking2 Article by colindolly A query in Microsoft Access database enables you to preview, combine, and modify data stored in tables as per your requirements. In most cases, these queries are a combinations of various tables and include lots of commands like insert, delete, select, and more. Since these queries are built with lots of conditional statements, a slight change in these queries can result into complete damage of your database. To overcome such Access database damages, an ideal way is to restore data from an updated backup....

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Causes, Effects, and Resolutions for MS Access Database Corruption

by Robert the Noid MS Access database is a RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) that saves data in the format based on Access Jet Database Engine. The database comprises of various components, such as, tables, forms, queries, reports, and more. Being a technical component, the application is highly prone to corruption due to various reasons. In most cases of database corruption, you encounter an error message. To overcome these corruption scenarios, you will need to use advanced access database repair application that can completely...

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Access Database Corruption due to Opportunistic Locking

by slworking2 Article by Colin Dolly Opportunistic locking or Oplocks is a Windows mechanism designed for client/server databases that permits several processes to lock the same file, when on the same time local data caching improves the performance over network. But these default settings of the mechanism, which improves the performance of one type of client/server databases, can adversely affect database integrity of other type. This database corruption is also observed in Access databases. The odds of Access database getting corrupted...

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