"Tony Toews" wrote:
> Matt wrote:
> >I'm currently creating multiple access databases. I really cannot explain
> >the database in full beacuse the information is private, but I can tell you
> >its based on software versions.. So, my question is... Would it be better
> >to create multiple databases for each version or is there a better way?
> What kind of software versions? Please expand on that a bit more.
> What is the problem?
> Tony Toews, Microsoft Access MVP
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As I said earlier the information is private so I really cannot explain.
Well software has versions like 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, etc... And someone suggested
that I create multiple databases; one for each version. However, As I do
this I'm finding there is a lot of duplicate data throughout the multiple
database, thus using valuabe space and wasting my valueable time.. I was
wondering if there was a way to design a more efficent database that would be
able to house software information, specs, reports, parameters, etc.. without
creating multiple databases.