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

  1. pkaldy

    pkaldy
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    I have just built an access program from scratch, and am doing the data
    transfer soon. It seems that all the functions will work once I get the data
    from outlook in the right places. What problems should I look out for once I
    implement the program for my financial advisor business? I have tried to
    think of everything that could go wrong, and ways I can build on the program
    in the future. I was hoping someone might be able to share a horror story,
    or common mistakes that are normally overlooked.

    Thanks for your help.
     
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  3. Larry Linson

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    "pkaldy" <pkaldy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:C71BA938-7352-4634-B8B3-55BB3502A8E4@microsoft.com...
    >I have just built an access program from scratch, and am doing the data
    > transfer soon. It seems that all the functions will work once I get the
    > data
    > from outlook in the right places. What problems should I look out for
    > once I
    > implement the program for my financial advisor business? I have tried to
    > think of everything that could go wrong, and ways I can build on the
    > program
    > in the future. I was hoping someone might be able to share a horror
    > story,
    > or common mistakes that are normally overlooked.


    Create test scenarios and scripts, based on the requirements and design
    documents for your database, making sure they cover each requirement. Then
    execute those scripts, and revise the database to correct problems that you
    find. If you did not document the requirements and design, there is no
    better time than now to do so.

    As I said in another post earlier today, it is easy to describe this overall
    process, but at the nitty-gritty level it can be a lot of work (but worth
    it... you can bet there will be some cases that didn't "leap out at you" and
    are thus untested, but rest assured that the user(s) of your database will
    find them for you (usually at some highly inconvenient moment).

    Larry Linson
    Microsoft Access MVP

    Larry Linson
    Microsoft Access MVP
     

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