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Access && JET

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Could anyone point me in the direction of a document that describes the
difference between JET and Access? I can't seem to find anything.

Another question i have is i have this application (.net) that writes to a
databaase every 10 milliseconds(purely for testing). While it's writing i
copy over the access file and it seems fine. Is this really safe? Is jet
blocking until it can write? If does it queue up data.
man it's hot in here so i hope these aren't stupid questions. Humidity is a
killer! :/
Nov 13 '05 #1
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On Mon, 14 Jun 2004 20:05:14 GMT, "cisco"
<cisco@no_imrickjames_spamhouston.rr.com> wrote:

Jet is a database engine that uses DAO to access it.
Access is a development environment to interact with Jet (or several
other databases).
Copying a database that is in use works 98% of the time. That's why it
is so dangerous.

-Tom.

Could anyone point me in the direction of a document that describes the
difference between JET and Access? I can't seem to find anything.

Another question i have is i have this application (.net) that writes to a
databaase every 10 milliseconds(purely for testing). While it's writing i
copy over the access file and it seems fine. Is this really safe? Is jet
blocking until it can write? If does it queue up data.
man it's hot in here so i hope these aren't stupid questions. Humidity is a
killer! :/


Nov 13 '05 #2

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Tom van Stiphout <to*****@no.spam.cox.net> wrote in
news:g7********************************@4ax.com:
Jet is a database engine that uses DAO to access it.
Access is a development environment to interact with Jet (or
several other databases).


And Access stores its project files in specialized Jet databases
with Access-specific properties. All the MSys tables are the data
tables where the parts of your project are stored.

--
David W. Fenton http://www.bway.net/~dfenton
dfenton at bway dot net http://www.bway.net/~dfassoc
Nov 13 '05 #3

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