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MS Access: Tables, Views and Procedures


Ever wondered how to create a table, view or procedure with MS Access? In this article Eric shows us how to create all three and work with them from an ASP script.

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By: Eric Beck
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July 04, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · MS Access: Tables, Views and Procedures
  2. · Building Our Database
  3. · Creating the Queries
  4. · Conclusion

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In this article we've seen how to work with MS Access tables, views and procedures using ASP. In our simple example we worked with two tables, two views and one procedure, however Access can handle much more than this and if you don't yet feel like you're ready to take the jump to MS SQL Server then learning Access is highly recommended.
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