Is there any hashing in access linked table

Is there any hashing in access linked table?

I mean..did the link table take data into access from ms sql.... ?

or it will directly connect to ms sql at runtime and manipulates data?
jaisonshereenAsked:
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dportasCommented:
The data gets re-queried at run time.
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jmoss111Commented:
Hello jaisonshereen,

A linked table can be imported into Access, and it can manipulate data if there are unique keys in sql or a timestamp. The connection is always alive as long as there is a link.

Regards,

Jim
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jmoss111Commented:
See attached .gif for explanation
sqlservervsfileserver.gif
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jaisonshereenAuthor Commented:
jmoss111: So you mean...hashing is possible manually through coding ... and it can be imported to a access table from link table.... right?

if we double click and open data of a linked table in access that data is actually resides in ms sql not in ms access...right?
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jmoss111Commented:
This question is already closed but there are much better (faster, less bandwidth) ways to Access than using linked tables.
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jmoss111Commented:
Using linked tables you are basically using sql server in access like a file server or top half of the .gif illustration.
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jaisonshereenAuthor Commented:
i requested for opening the thread!
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