Require general advice if a backend and frontent Database is required
I need to design a database used by 8 persons ad 5 of them will cover same area and have overlapping data input into some of these tables. Most likely they should not overlap records.
(1) Does the database need to split up so more than one person can access records.
If so is there any examples of setting up basic dbo script for inserting data. Assume everything has to be wrapped in a dbo transaction.
(2) Temp tables required where frequent data entry is completed/updated by multiple users.
(3) field locking recommended for memo field? Any examples of basic code that can be used?
Agree with Joe on #1 and Gustav on #3.
I frequently use temp tables in my multi-user applications. This may partially be a holdover from the days when my network connections were slow, but I frequently
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