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Old March 18th, 2005, 01:34 PM
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Hello experts,

I am just a lowly Access developer who is developing a database for a very large bank. I estimate that the database will grow by at least 120 MBs every month. In a year the database will begin to "drag".
Would it be to the company's benefit to move it to an Oracle database and, if so, what type of licensing costs are involved?

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very large bank using Access?!?!
just now to upgrade !

licensing ...
How much users, how they use data, what equipment in use ?

p.s. and WHO will be develop new application ?

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Yes indeed...a "very large bank". One of the top three in the U.S., no less. Access has some powerful capabilities that can produce useful applications. Of course, Access isn't used to do everything!

Thanks for the link although I haven't been able to "access" it yet, no pun intended!


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