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Developing Client/Server Applications, Downloadable Version

Developing Client/Server Applications, Downloadable Version

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  • Copyright 2014
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 0-13-378653-6
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-378653-8

In Lesson 17 you learn how to use Access to build client/server applications. Many people think this is impossible, but I have proven them wrong over and over again with the success of my clients’ applications. You will learn how to make the decision as to whether to go client/server. You will also learn all of the techniques that you need to know to build a successful client/server application. Let’s get rollin'! Lesson 17.1: Understanding the Client/Server Model Lesson 17.2: Deciding Whether to Use the Client/Server Model Lesson 17.3: Roles Access Plays in the Application Design Model Lesson 17.4: Defining an ODBC Data Source Lesson 17.5: Upsizing an existing Access Database Lesson 17.6: Working with Linked Tables Lesson 17.7: Working with SQL Server Views Lesson 17.8: Using Pass-Through Queries Lesson 17.9: Executing Stored Procedures Lesson 17.10: Working with SQL User-Defined Functions Lesson 17.11: Building Client/Server Friendly Forms Lesson 17.12: Building Client/Server Friendly Reports


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