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Can visitors use access database simultaniously?

Posted on 2004-03-22
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Hi Experts,

I want to publish a Ms Access data base with partnumbers/properties, vor visitors to look up partnumbers and compare properties.

Can such a database be queried by more visitors simultaniously?

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Alwin
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yes just do the page to take input from user and query it all the user can see thr result depend on thier query even it differnts
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Access supports about 15 simultaneous connections. That is a lot if you make sure you close connections at the end of each page. For normal pages with a query it takes just tens of milliseconds to process, so 15 simultaneous connections can serve hundreds of simultaneous vistors (because they don't all open a new page at exactly the same moment)
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