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vrf SQL Server Examples

Question asked by VRFuser on Apr 16, 2003
Does anyone have any code written that talks to "Microsofts SQL Server?"
We're trying to migrate from MS Access to SQL Server due to database
corruption issues. I guess SQL Server is designed to recover from errors
much better than Access since it writes data to a temporary location then
finalizes the changes only after checking for errors, or so I've been told.
It also is designed better for multiple users. Access also has some Issues
that will lock everyone out of the database if a certain user (only if he
has different priviledges than everone else) opens the database. Anyones
help would be appreciated.

Rick Hart
Superconductor Technologies

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