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Access or MySQL

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Out of interest: instead of going from Jet to MySQL I have installed
one of my systems to replace an existing MySQL package. So it's MySQL
to Jet4 (AC2000) In three MySQL tables the following records were so
corrupted they just couldn't be saved. Table1 from 71,839 records
there were 8,728 corrupt. Table2 from 10,105 there were 331 corrupt
and Table3 of 4,462 there were 58 corrupt. The MySQL database has been
in use for only three years. I have to say that in ten years of using
Access I have never had more than a couple of bad records in an access
database at any one time and then only in one particular table for
some reason. I have some databases installed over seven years ago that
as far as I know haven't even been compacted. I don't know about you
but I sometimes get the old chestnut is Access up to the job, well it
certainly seems to be....but not without it's little problems, always
a joy!
Feb 13 '08 #1
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