We have PCs running Access 2000 front-end data entry mdbs linked to SQL Server tables via ODBC.
Is there a way to alert a user that a record they are looking at is open for editing on another PC, without bogging the network down by much?
Not unless you store that information somewhere, and that's as troublesome as dealing with locks. In order to do that you'd add a field to each table named something like "RecordLocked" (a Boolean field).
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With Microsoft Access, learn how to start a database in different ways and produce different start-up actions allowing you to use a single database to perform multiple tasks.
Specify a start-up form through options:
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