Optimizing Access for SQL Server

  • Russell Sinclair


By now, you know most of what you need in order to move an Access application to SQL Server. I’ve covered how to create a SQL database, how to move your data, and how to use SQL Server data from within Microsoft Access. You are ready to begin or are well into your conversion from Access to SQL Server. But there is one more detail you need to know before you can complete your project, which is how to optimize your Access application for SQL Server databases.


Database Design Filter Data Action Query Access Application Connection Information 
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