Access Vs MS SQL Server 
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 Access Vs MS SQL Server

Hi, I have an application written in VB4 that uses Access databases. I use
data controls only for binding to dbgrids, dbcombos or a 3rd party grid. I
use the opendatabase, createsnapshot, createdynaset, etc, schema to make
the updates to the database. The database is getting larger and i need to
move to anothe databse engine.

Can I move to MS SQL Server without making a lot of changes to the code ?
Someone told me that I only needed to change the database
opening/connection part of the code ?

Thanks in advance.

Thu, 20 Jan 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
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