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MS Access is it Master db or Replica

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I have master database (ver. 2000 ) and  I created replica from  that master  database .

I need fast and simple way to know which one is master and which one is replica
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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This MSFT Support article shows how:

http://support.microsoft.com/KB/210224

Essentially, you compare the DesignMasterID of the database to the ReplicaID. If those two don't match, then it's not a DesignMaster.

Note this article indicates that you must have a reference to DAO 3.6, but with newer versions of Access (2007+) you don't have to do this.
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Thanks
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Curious as to the B grade. The answer was exactly what you were after, and pointed you to a document on the MSFT website.

What more could I have done to earn an A grade???
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It is just proper good link pointer, it is not much of your personal impute, that is the only reason.
And number of points is significant to compensate that B.
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