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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by firstname.lastname@example.org, Jul 28, 2006.
How can I make sure my database will allow at least ten people to
update it at once?
On 25 Jul 2006 11:13:25 -0700, "email@example.com"
>How can I make sure my database will allow at least ten people to
>update it at once?
By letting ten people open it, and take measures to ensure that they
aren't all trying to update the same record at the same time.
Access is multiuser out of the box. You don't NEED to do anything to
"allow" more users.
It's a good idea to split the database though, into a "backend"
containing the tables, and a "frontend" with the forms, queries, etc.;
each user gets their own copy of the frontend. The Database Splitter
Wizard will do that for you.
John W. Vinson[MVP]