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Database alternatives

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DatabasesMicrosoft AccessMicrosoft SQL ServerSQLMicrosoft Visual Studio
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Over the years I've developed an application in visual studio with an access database, I'm starting to have a few issues with the database and I was now looking at some alternative solutions that could be available, and where migrating these tables wouldn't be too difficult, I have about 33 tables in the database, some of them only have a few records in them.

I don't know much about other database systems out there, and I was wondering if I could get some suggestions from you, I currently have the access database on my windows server and the application is installed on the workstations,

Thank you for the information,
Nitin Sontakke

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