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Understanding Access with the Workflow Designer for SQL Server

Mike Gunderloy

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Article

 

Microsoft offers more development tools than anyone can easily keep track of. Some of them even work with Access. In this

 

article, Mike Gunderloy takes a look at the little-known Workflow Designer for SQL Server, a part of the Microsoft Office XP

 

Developer package. Despite its name, this tool actually depends on Access for integration into your business processes.

 

Your Future

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

Peter writes about ADPs and SQL Server. "I firmly believe that most developers whose future doesn’t include ADPs aren’t

 

stupid or lazy or dinosaurs. They don’t look at ADPs for a simple reason: Jet works."

 

Data Modelling with Access and Visio

Scott McManus

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Article

 

The latest version of Visio-Visio 2002 for Access Database Developers-provides a data modelling and documentation tool for

 

Access database developers. The most exciting features of Visio 2002 handle some of the most mundane (and perhaps

 

neglected) parts of Access database development: documentation and design. Scott McManus is your guide.

 

Deleting Records, Reports, Data Design, and Reader Contributions

Peter Vogel

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Access Answers

 

 

 

Peter Vogel answers a variety of questions cantered around deleting records in subforms, setting the RecordSource dynamically

 

in a report, and modeling data. He also gets some help from a reader and tells another to “Just Say No.”

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