Posted on 2008-06-17
I've made a very simple task management database for a client. The original scenario was like this: 20 employees would each need to track (for themselves) their project tasks. One database would be designed and made a runtime and the runtime would be deployed on all 20 workstations. Fine, no problem. Works great.
Now user Bob and user Jane say: "Unlike most of the employees here, the two of us actually share these tasks." Two people at two workstations, but one role.
How do I tweak the database (or is it just an issue of how I install it?) so that these two can both use the same database?
Note: If they can simultaneously use it, that's gravy here and I'd be happy about that, but they are OK if only one can use it at a time as long as they can each use it from their desktop.