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Language: Enterprise
Expertise: All
Aug 31, 2000

Connecting SQL Server 7.0 and MS-Access

You can connect a MS-Access database to SQL Server as a linked server, and query Access tables in SQL Server's Query Analyzer. This can help in porting data from Access to SQL Server.

Using a defined JOB in SQL Server, you can almost replicate an Access table into SQL Server at a scheduled time.

Narendra Bisht
 
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