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Primary and Foreign Key differences between mdb and adp

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We're new to Access and have sussed out that you use an auto number as a primary key and Long Integer for the foreign key but what are the equivalents in Access project?
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create a field of type int and set it to Identity = yes.

int in Sql server is the same as a long int.

don't use big int in sql server, there is no equivelent in Access.

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