Beginner’s Guide to Access Databases

by slworking2 Article by Aidam As a beginner, it might be difficult to differentiate between different kinds if databases. But if you are looking fort a desktop database system then you can straightaway go for Microsoft Access Database, as it is the mot preferred one these days. It is in fact one of the bestsellers and is being used extensively across the globe. The best part about this database is that it includes Microsoft office Professional that offers a wide array of business tools. As you are new to this field, it is better to go for...

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New Database Synchronization Tool Helps Sql Developers and Dbas Keep Databases in Sync

by Michael Kappel New version of Database Restyle – Library includes a software component and visual wizard. Component is integrated directly into your application, so that you can execute database synchronization from your application. This feature provides undoubtful competitive advantage as you don’t need to install additional software on the client side and incur additional costs. Visual tool provides the ability to save database snapshot, compare two databases and synchronize them. It works in the wizard mode: convenient...

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Do SQL compare & synchronize your databases with SQL Examiner, keeping your systems up to date.

by Michael Kappel Article by Dennis Jaylen This new release performs an analysis on your database structure, identifying changes and exporting them as a hot-fix you can apply as an update without affecting your data. Compare and synchronize your databases with SQL Examiner, easily updating your production systems from the databases in your development environment. This new edition carries out an analysis on your database structure, identifying changes and exporting them as a hot-fixes that you can apply as updates without affecting your...

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Perform Flawless MDB recovery from corrupt Access Databases

by Spinstah Article by Tech Nova Consider a situation when you have put in lots of efforts in preparing the database related to your work assignment, with MS Access database utility and all of a sudden a mere system shutdown has occurred. Now on restarting the computer you are not able to access the Access database.MDB, on which you were working. Instead of opening the.MDB file, a message is showing up, saying “The database… needs to be repaired or isn’t a database file”. A user gets totally pissed off with the error...

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