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Converting Access Database and/or tables to SQL 2000

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Do White papers or other documents exist that explain the steps to
converting an Access database and/or tables to SQL 2000.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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to*******@msn.com (Tom LeBold) wrote:
Do White papers or other documents exist that explain the steps to
converting an Access database and/or tables to SQL 2000.


Do a search at the Knowledge Base at support.microsoft.com using the keywords
"upsizing" to review the various white papers on upsizing Access to SQL Server as
well as to ensure you have any updates required.

Also see my Random Thoughts on SQL Server Upsizing from Microsoft Access Tips page at
http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/sqlserverupsizing.htm

Tony
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