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Old April 30th, 2004, 11:17 AM
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Default Queries on Back End database?

I found that by using an ADO connection, I can execute my queries stored on my back-end database. Is this any better or worse that executing them by using currentproject.connection on the local machine?
I like storing them on the back end because that way I can do away with my table links completely and by using ADO connections only link to the back end database when I need it (much like a web application).
 
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Where in relation to your app is your Access database being stored? When you say back-end, is this DB stored on a different server? Sorry, I don't quite understand what the question is.
 
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What are you using for back end database Access? SQL Server, Oracle, etc.



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I am using Access 2000 as back end. I was surprised you could execute a query stored on the back end because everything I have read said you can't. Of course, I'm sure it is executed on the front end.





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