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» MS Access to .NET Migration (Unedited)
by Byapti Albert | Published 09/05/2006 |  | Rating:

 Please Note that this article is published in its original  form,  unedited by DevCity.Net editorial staff.     

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Most of us know about the famous desktop database Microsoft Access (Access). Access works very well with Microsoft NT Server, Internet Information Server and with Majority of Desktop or Network Applications. Most of us are impressed at the speed and ease of use, once it is setup. The nice thing about Access is it is user friendly and fairly easy for non-programmers to maintain. In this White Paper we are going to explain you the process migrating from this famous desktop database to Microsoft SQL Server 2000.

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» Business Mate: Using the Generic Database Class
by Charles Profitt | Published 02/10/2005 |  | Rating:

In the last segment I showed you how to make a generic database class which allows you to create a DataSet from any other part of your code. I also promised to eventually develop an application that would be useable. This is the next step in that process.

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» Business Mate: Generic Database Class
by Charles Profitt | Published 02/08/2005 |  | Rating:
The first item I want to cover is the generic database class. Beginners books show you how to make a DataConnection, DataAdapter and DataSet using the IDE.   Although that does work, I find it a poor way to do things. I prefer to understand a little more and excercise a little more control. [read article...]
» My First Access Database Program. Part 2
by George Poth | Published 01/21/2004 |  | Rating:
Database applications are quite popular among programmers. At the beginning, however, it seems so awfully complicated. While I can't and don't want to answer all the questions you might have, here's something to get you started. [read article...]
» My First Access Database Program. Part 1
by George Poth | Published 01/20/2004 |  | Rating:
Database applications are quite popular among programmers. At the beginning, however, it seems so awfully complicated. While I can't and don't want to answer all the questions you might have, here's something to get you started. [read article...]
» Working with MS Access Stored Procedures in VB.NET. Part 2
by David Wasserman | Published 04/18/2002 |  | Rating:
Part two demonstrates how to utilize the MS Access stored procedures by assembling a Database Tier that can be modelled and used in your own applications. This article will describe in detail one implementation of a Database Tier for Visual Basic.NET. [read article...]
» Working with MS Access Stored Procedures in VB.NET. Part 1
by David Wasserman | Published 02/27/2002 |  | Rating:
One of the new features of the MS Jet 4.0 engine is to allow the creation and execution of stored procedures in MS Access database. This feature is often brushed over quickly in even the greatest of books about MS Access. Using stored procedures for both MS Access ans SQL Server, will greatly cut down on development time of the database tier, along with other benefits. Part one describes in detail how to create stored procedures in Access using ADO.NET and Visual Basic.NET. [read article...]