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Chapter 1. A Strategy for Developing Acc... > Using Access as a Front End

Using Access as a Front End

If you're planning to use Access as a front end to other databases, you need to consider a few issues. In fact, the whole design methodology of your system will differ depending on whether you plan to store your data in an Access database or on a back-end database server.

In a system in which your data is stored solely in Access tables, the Jet Engine supplies all data-retrieval and management functions and handles security, data validation, and enforcement of referential integrity.


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