Chapter 10: Microsoft Access – Part 2

In this chapter, you will convert a sample application to use MySQL data using passthrough queries, and then you will learn how to convert a Microsoft Access (MS Access) table-reliant form to be an unbound form that doesn't rely on local or linked tables. By the end of this chapter, you will be able to remove all linked tables and check that the application still works.

This chapter covers the following topics:

  • Introduction to MS Access
  • Migrating an MS Access application to MySQL
  • Activity 10.01—Converting gender and job statistics
  • Calling MySQL functions
  • Activity 10.02—Creating a function and calling it
  • Calling MySQL stored procedures
  • Activity 10.03—Creating MySQL stored procedures and using them in

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