Greetings, I am seeking a working example of how to control the viewing of data by different user groups. For example, I have 4 organizations who each place data into a shared Access database. I do not want want organization 1 to be able to view organization 2/3/4 data. I would like to have a sleek, friendly interface form for my organizations to each enter 10 items (things like bio, status, description, or just items 1-10) but not be able to view each other's records. I need a working example so I can emulate best practices when I build my own.
A solution using VB.NET & SQL would be preferred, but MS Access is the next best thing.
Microsoft AccessVisual Basic.NETMicrosoft SQL Server 2008