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standalone to multiuser

I have a database application with Jet Engine accessing
msaccess,though in a machine.How can I make multiuser out
of minimum effort.
try giving some tips and tricks.

Nov 20 '05 #1
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"r.raj" <ri*****@yahoo. com> scripsit:
I have a database application with Jet Engine accessing
msaccess,though in a machine.How can I make multiuser out
of minimum effort.
try giving some tips and tricks.

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