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SQL vs Access in ASP.net

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I have an ASP.net web application and have been trying to set up a SQL backend but am getting
a network error and am fed up with the utter stupidity of the Microsoft team in this regard, because the same error is all over the net with no intuitive answer
I am an Access developer and want to use an access backend. Users of my site will presss a button that returns a simple select query. Can up to 50 people doi this at once? Can Access handle that.
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SQL Server can handle better concurrent transactions.
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Hi

The basic difference between these are, If you have large volume of the data the people would go for SQL Server
www.databasedev.co.uk/ms-access-vs-sql-server.html


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That is the answer that I am looking for. Nice one ;)
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