• Mark Collins


From a developer’s perspective, having the data and UI elements such as forms and reports in a single database is great. You can make a copy of the database, try out some ideas, test it... and if you don’t like the results. just delete it and go back to the original database. It’s also very convenient; you don’t have to configure database connections, you just open the file like you would a Word or Excel file. However, if you have more than just a few users, these same benefits will become your biggest issues.


Access Database Library Database Access File External Data Source Access Application 
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