Let's say I'm creating a 32 bit application that allows users to enter and save cooking recipes. I want the user to be able to have seperate "data spaces" for say Italian Food, American Food, Chinese Food, etc.
In my prototyping, I'm using a back-end SQL DB so it's easy. Just either point to a new DB or table in the connection string/query. But this again is going to be a 32 bit application so I'm not sure how to go about solving this issue. Is there like a "local" .MDB snap-in or something I could use?
I guess you could compare this to something like TurboTax where I may have files for different clients. I would open up the file and be able to manipulate the data as if it were in a DB (selects, inserts, etc).
Does my question make any sense at all?