May-2000

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Access to Oracle: Loading the Database

Mark Davis

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Article

 

Access is a great front end for building client-sever applications with many back-end database packages. This article focuses on getting your data into an Oracle database server so that you can use it from Access. The technique that Mark Davis outlines apply to many client/server Access projects.

 

 

 

Whining

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

Peter is in need of some coding her writes … There’s nothing more pathetic than a code junkie in withdrawal. Jan woke up last night and I was standing at our dresser, staring into the mirror and typing on her jewelry case. Jolt isn’t helping. It might be

 

 

 

Taking Back the Power with the Access Runtime

Doug Den Hoed

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Article

 

In the full version of Access, you can sort your datasheet by right-mouse-clicking on a column. But in the runtime version of Access, that capability is gone. Dough Den Hoed provides a function that lets users sort datasheet columns by double-clicking the column headers, just as with Outlook, Windows Explorer, and the File Open Dialog. On the way, you’ll learn about some Form properties you probably aren’t familiar with. Access, that capability is gone. Dough Den Hoed provides a function that lets users sort datasheet columns by double-clicking the column headers, just as with Outlook, Windows Explorer, and the File Open Dialog. On the way, you’ll learn about some Form properties you probably aren’t familiar with.

 

 

 

Sort in Any Language

Michael Kaplan

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Article

 

Access 2000+ and Jet 4.0 have made some incredible studies toward applications that can support any number of languages, but there's still one huge limitation: you can have only one sort of order for a database, even though you might need a different one

 

 

 

 

 

Everything About Using Parameters from Code

Mike Gunderloy

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Article

 

Mike Gunderloy untangles the problem of using parameter queries from DAO or ADO code.

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