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El
In order to allow multiple users on the network at the same time and
for security purposes, I would like to run reports located in one
database from a second database without splitting the database. When I
split the database it is just way too slow and I have heard there are
other ways to accomplish this same kind of idea without splitting. Any
ideas of how to go about doing this?? Thanks!

Nov 23 '05 #1
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You can hear most anything if you listen hard enough. Unfortunately, what
you heard was wrong -- and I'd suggest you no longer consider that a
credible source.

No, I don't know any alternative to splitting the front and back ends of a
multiuser database. I do know where you can find the best multiuser
performance and corruption avoidance info and links -- MVP Tony Toews' site,
http://www.granite.ab.ca/accsmstr.htm.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP

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In order to allow multiple users on the network at the same time and
for security purposes, I would like to run reports located in one
database from a second database without splitting the database. When I
split the database it is just way too slow and I have heard there are
other ways to accomplish this same kind of idea without splitting. Any
ideas of how to go about doing this?? Thanks!

Nov 28 '05 #2

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