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Pro Access 2010 Development by Mark Collins

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Part IV. Multiuser Considerations

The Access database you have created so far works great for a single person or a small number of users. However, as you start to deploy it for a larger group of people, you'll need to make some adjustments that will allow it to scale.

In Chapter 13, you'll look at upsizing your database. This technique moves the data to a separate data store so the front-end can be replicated as necessary. You use the following data sources to gain an understanding of the benefits of each:

  • Access 2010

  • SQL Server

  • SQL Azure

In Chapter 14, I'll show you how to use the Access runtime, which will allow users limited capability without needing an Office 2010 license.

In Chapter 15, you will publish your database to a SharePoint site. Not ...

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