Access 2002 enterprise developer's handbook

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Sybex, 2002 - Computers - 952 pages
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DESIGN, BUILD, AND REFINE ACCESS APPLICATIONS THAT MEET TRUE ENTERPRISE NEEDS

The latest from internationally recognized Access authorities Litwin, Getz, and Gunderloy, Access 2002 Enterprise Developer's Handbook offers complete coverage of every aspect of building client-server Access applications for large-scale enterprises. Inside, you'll find scores of practical examples, carefully devised by the authors to illustrate effective, elegant solutions to real-world challenges.

Coverage Includes:
* Developing Access projects that store data using SQL Server
* Managing concurrency using stored procedures
* Creating data access pages that allow the editing and viewing of Access and SQL Server data in a browser
* Using data access pages to validate data, link pages, and create dynamic HTML effects
* Retrieving and editing server data directly with ADO
* Managing multiple developers with source code control
* Creating Web pages that connect to Access and SQL Server data
* Controlling all aspects of replication
* Securing your Access databases and projects
* Distributing your Access applications
* Importing and exporting XML files
* Creating and managing SQL Server objects

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Contents

Whats New in Access 2002
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Whats New in Access 2002
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Developing Multiuser Jet Applications
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Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Paul Litwin is the owner of Litwin Consulting and a founding partner of Deep Training, where he focuses on training, mentoring, and writing about Access, ASP.NET, and Visual Studio .NET. He is the editor-in-chief of aspnetPRO, a magazine for ASP.NET developers.

Ken Getz is a senior consultant with MCW Technologies, where he focuses on development, training, and writing about Microsoft technologies, including Visual Studio .NET and Microsoft Office. He speaks regularly at industry conferences.

Mike Gunderloy, an independent consultant and developer in eastern Washington, is coauthor of Mastering SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server Developer’s Guide to OLAP with Analysis Services, and author of Visual Basic Developer’s Guide to ADO, all from Sybex. Paul, Ken, and Mike together wrote this book’s companion volume, Access 2002 Desktop Developer’s Handbook.

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