I am designing an application that has millions of records daily. If I were to make my back end a SQL Server database, could I use ACCESS as my front end, or would I have the same size issues (2Gig) that I would have in a native ACCESS application.
It is not going to be a particularly robust application. It is just reporting but there are going to be literally millions of records each 24 hours.
Neo_jarvis, that article is ten years old and recommends an ADP, which have now been deprecated as of Access 2013. The best approach now is to use Access with ODBC linked tables and views using DSN-less
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With Microsoft Access, learn how to specify relationships between tables and set various options on the relationship.
Add the tables:
Create the relationship:
Decide if you’re going to set referential integrity:
Decide if you want cascade upda…