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Cross database triggers in Access 2003?

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I have five databases that currently each have identical member tables.
I need to incorporate these all into one, and I was wondering if its
possible to do this via something like triggers (this is how I would do
it in sql server) Or is there another way?

Oct 20 '06 #1
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On 20 Oct 2006 09:06:46 -0700, "mishj" <mi***@yahoo.comwrote:

There is a better way. Create a 6th database and move the Member table
in it. Remove the table from the other five databases, and replace
them by linked tables (File Get External Data Linked Tables).

-Tom.

>I have five databases that currently each have identical member tables.
I need to incorporate these all into one, and I was wondering if its
possible to do this via something like triggers (this is how I would do
it in sql server) Or is there another way?
Oct 21 '06 #2

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