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1. If migrating to SQL then all the forms, reports, modules, queries, relationships will be lost? Meaning they do not convert over and will need to be rebuilt in SQL?
2. To me, "migrate" means everything
moves over and if not, then the tables are only a very small part of the big picture and I dont see a lot of time being saved with any migration to SQL from Access. You basically have to start over is how I see it.
3. Wouldnt the programmers need to spend a lot of time developing the interface? Meaning that if the IT dept says "yeah well put someone on it
" but in reality they dont plan to spend much time developing it then its probably fair to say the interface will not be well done and getting bugs fixed etc etc will be like pulliing teeth. My pt is that the developer can not approach the job carelessly and needs to devote many hours even after the initial interface.
4. If the tables are in SQL then its common to build the interface in SQL as well?
Thank you for the help...