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

  1. JOM

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    I have several databases in my department each with special difffunctions in
    the department. Each contains an employee table... My boss does not want the
    Employee table to point to one backend... So that means if a new wmployee
    comes in today, I will have to update all the databases each at a time.

    Bearing this mind is there a way it could be easy to update the several
    databases at once using a macro or stored procedure?
     
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  3. Arthur

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    Ayon kay JOM:
    > I have several databases in my department each with special difffunctions in
    > the department. Each contains an employee table... My boss does not want the
    > Employee table to point to one backend... So that means if a new wmployee
    > comes in today, I will have to update all the databases each at a time.
    >
    > Bearing this mind is there a way it could be easy to update the several
    > databases at once using a macro or stored procedure?


    just a suggestion.

    Say you have 3 departments(HR,Admin,Production)
    Why not deleting the employee table in HR and in Admin
    and link the employee table of Production to HR and Admin.

    So will have only 1 employee table and you can update it everywhere
    and the update made in 1 department is visible to all departments.
     

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