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Synchronising Acces DBs over the web

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I have a number of Acess databases on a web site and copies
of these databases on my local PC.
The databases can be independently updated on the web and also
on my local PC.

Is there some way of synchronising my
local copies of the dbs with the ones on my web site?
I had thought this would be a common problem but I can't
seem to find a solution.

Ron
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Hello
I am a novice, so don't take my word, but I am using "replication" to
allow data entry via a "replica" database (held by my client) while I
make design changes using a "design master" (held by me). Then
periodically I "synchronise" them so that my client can benefit from
the deisgn updates without any loss of data or particular
inconvenience. (Design changes cannot be made to a replica.)
I'm getting in a bit of a muddle about file names, so if anyone has
any tips on a convention, especially for back up files (I'm a nervous
and cautious user!) then I'd be interested.
Hope this helps
LizW

"judy" <ju**@optushome.com.au> wrote in message news:<3f***********************@news.optusnet.com. au>...
I have a number of Acess databases on a web site and copies
of these databases on my local PC.
The databases can be independently updated on the web and also
on my local PC.

Is there some way of synchronising my
local copies of the dbs with the ones on my web site?
I had thought this would be a common problem but I can't
seem to find a solution.

Ron

Nov 12 '05 #2

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