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Splitting Microsoft Access database can help in improving performance and reduces corruption chances. Splitting MS Access database into a front end design and a back end design is the most important design. This enables you to separate your application and data with an option to upgrade MS Access application without deleting data or adding any malcious data.
To Split an Access database there is need to organise existing database with its objects such as tables, reports, macros, forms, nodules, etc. into two database files:
After splitting database local copy Access database front end design is used to interact with multiple user on a shared network. A local copy of front-end database should be distributed among the multiple user.
Here we have discussed some of the major benefits of splitting Microsoft Access database:
Using Database Splitter wizard user can split Access database. Best way to split Microsoft Access database is described in steps:
Now, the database is split, Front-end database is the file you started and the back-end database is at the location specified by user.
Although, splitting a database is one way to share data, everyone who uses the database must have a version of Microsoft Office Access that is compatible with the file format of the back-end database.
Splitting MS Access Database is discussed above in brief with its benefits. Although, It is a safe method to share Access database. But there are several possible reasons which may corrupt database and to fix corrupt Access database files user need to repair MDB/ACCDB files using Inbuilt Compact & Repair Utility.
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