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Hi All,
Ive got an application which is split as a front end mde and back end mde.
I wish to give the user and additional front end, mde, in which they can
create their own queries, run them and print them, but from which they
cannot modify or add data.
Is there an easy way to make the linked tables read only, or is there an
easier way. Don't want to have to use Access security if I can aviod it.

Thanks in advance .

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Gerry
Mitas
Ryemont Abbey,
Leixlip,
Co. Kildare
Phone: 01 6104509
Fax:01 601 4716
In**@mitas.ie
www.mitas.ie
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Access Security (as complex and lacking as it is) is really the only way.

Mike Storr
www.veraccess.com
"Gerry Abbott" <pl****@ask.ie> wrote in message
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Hi All,
Ive got an application which is split as a front end mde and back end mde.
I wish to give the user and additional front end, mde, in which they can
create their own queries, run them and print them, but from which they
cannot modify or add data.
Is there an easy way to make the linked tables read only, or is there an
easier way. Don't want to have to use Access security if I can aviod it.

Thanks in advance .

--

Gerry
Mitas
Ryemont Abbey,
Leixlip,
Co. Kildare
Phone: 01 6104509
Fax:01 601 4716
In**@mitas.ie
www.mitas.ie
_______________

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This e-mail may contain proprietary information,
and is covered by copyright. It may be legally privileged, and is for the
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