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Remote Updates of a Back-End Database

Scott McManus & Garry Robinson





In a perfect world, the database design for your application would never change. In the real world, most applications grow and


acquire new tables, new relationships, new fields, and new features. Garry Robinson and Scott McManus show you how they


keep the keep the databases for their clients up-to-date and in sync with each other.














Objects for the Database Developer

Peter Vogel





If you’ve ever felt that object-oriented development is something that Access developers just don’t do—well, you’re wrong. As


Peter Vogel points out, Access developers are uniquely qualified to design objects: They have the attitude and they’re already


writing the necessary code.


These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Doug Steele



Access Answers


In the spirit that eerything is data, Doug Steele looks at how to build a database of favorites (bookmarks) from data extracted


from several different Web browsers. Along the way, he provides a very efficient routine for processing files and a number of helper functions for processing files (including INI files).


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