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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Jeff Klein, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. Jeff Klein

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    I have a db that will not repair, what can I do?
    I have also tried to open a blank db and import the tables...this also does
    not work
    Any help is appreciated
     
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  3. aaron.kempf@gmail.com

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    don't use MDB for anything and spit on anyone that tells you to use it

    -Aaron


    Jeff Klein wrote:
    > I have a db that will not repair, what can I do?
    > I have also tried to open a blank db and import the tables...this also does
    > not work
    > Any help is appreciated
     
  4. Joseph Meehan

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    Jeff Klein wrote:
    > I have a db that will not repair, what can I do?
    > I have also tried to open a blank db and import the tables...this
    > also does not work
    > Any help is appreciated


    Does it open at all?

    Could you provide some specific information about the problem? Is it
    shared? If so is it split?

    --
    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
     
  5. Jeff Klein

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    Maybe in all your infinite wisdom you could give some advise as to an
    adequate alternative to "MDB". Why would you be so critical about "MDB",
    unless what you really want is to reveal your own shortcomings and
    frustrations. Get some help
    Jeff

    <aaron.kempf@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1149703899.571730.79600@f6g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
    > don't use MDB for anything and spit on anyone that tells you to use it
    >
    > -Aaron
    >
    >
    > Jeff Klein wrote:
    > > I have a db that will not repair, what can I do?
    > > I have also tried to open a blank db and import the tables...this also

    does
    > > not work
    > > Any help is appreciated

    >
     
  6. aaron.kempf@gmail.com

    aaron.kempf@gmail.com
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    SQL Server, MSDE is a great alternative.

    Access Data Projects are an EXCELLENT front end.

    And you don't have to worry about 'splitting and compacting and
    rebooting the server to close connections'

    MDB is for stupid old people.

    I dont need help; you dipshits need to stop chewing on the same bugs
    and spewing out the same work arounds.

    instead of
    1) splitting
    2) compacting
    3) access automation for simple jobs

    a) rock hard performance
    b) rock hard stability
    c) scalability - multiple processors and gigabytes of memory
    d) free database backend
    e) VERY powerful sql server agent with MSDE or Sql Workgroup.


    i dont need to get help i need more people to start using Access Data
    Projects.

    they run circles around silly MDB files.

    i dont need to sync tables and queries and crap; my shit just works
    right; it works the first time.

    good luck growing some testicles Jeff
    I'm sorry that you're such a flaming wimp and you can't bother to learn
    a real database backend.

    splitting into a frontend and backend doesn't count.

    it doesn't work.

    mdb isn't scalable or reliable enough for a single record and a single
    user.




    Jeff Klein wrote:
    > Maybe in all your infinite wisdom you could give some advise as to an
    > adequate alternative to "MDB". Why would you be so critical about "MDB",
    > unless what you really want is to reveal your own shortcomings and
    > frustrations. Get some help
    > Jeff
    >
    > <aaron.kempf@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:1149703899.571730.79600@f6g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
    > > don't use MDB for anything and spit on anyone that tells you to use it
    > >
    > > -Aaron
    > >
    > >
    > > Jeff Klein wrote:
    > > > I have a db that will not repair, what can I do?
    > > > I have also tried to open a blank db and import the tables...this also

    > does
    > > > not work
    > > > Any help is appreciated

    > >
     

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