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JD Edwards to MS Access

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Hi, I have a project that consists to transfer a database from JD Edwards
to MS Access. I am just starting to learn those programs and i would like
to know the basic concepts.

Here is what I think:

I have to export all the tables individually from JD Edwards to a text file
and import them one after the other in Access. Then i have to observe the
relationship between the tables and the primary keys used in the original
database (JD Edwards) and create/use the same one in Access.

Is that all or am I missing something???

Thank You very much for your answers
Marc

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Marc,

Look at your previous post for my answer.

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Hi, I have a project that consists to transfer a database from JD Edwards
to MS Access. I am just starting to learn those programs and i would like
to know the basic concepts.

Here is what I think:

I have to export all the tables individually from JD Edwards to a text file
and import them one after the other in Access. Then i have to observe the
relationship between the tables and the primary keys used in the original
database (JD Edwards) and create/use the same one in Access.

Is that all or am I missing something???

Thank You very much for your answers
Marc

Nov 13 '05 #2

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