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Chapter 24. Developing SQL Server Projects Using ADPs

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Prior to Access 2000, you could link data to your application from SQL Server or other server-based databases by using ODBC. When table links to a server were created, the server’s data was available to your Access application, but the server’s structure wasn’t. The structure of the server database and the capability to manipulate it weren’t previously available in the Access development environment.

Access 2000 changed this model. Although you can still create Jet-based applications that include server table links, ...

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