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Chapter 21. Client/Server Strategies > Practical Examples: Using Client/Server ...

Practical Examples: Using Client/Server Strategies

Suppose that the Employees table is probably going to be moved to a database server in the near future because it contains sensitive data. You therefore must design the Employees form with client/server architecture in mind. The form limits the data displayed in the form. The form opens with only an option group containing the letters of the alphabet, as Figure 21.4 shows. After the user selects a letter, the Detail section of the form is displayed, and the RecordSource for the form is populated with a Select statement, as Figure 21.5 shows.

Figure 21.4. The Employees form with an option group to select the employee's last name.



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