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Hello experts,i am asking how could i make my system multi-user I mean more than one user will be using the same mdb file which i am using in my ODBC connection to the database.i know that i have to make sure that if the user in the editing mode, i have to lock the current record he's working on only & not the table, then unlock it when finished. Also if a user is trying to edit a locked record i have to handel that b an error message.
but i don't know how this could be done.
Any help?
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The following link will give you a nice explanation to get you started on this.

http://www.vb-world.net/databases/begvb6db/sample20.html
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thank u tppradeep18  i think the last url could help
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