Rabu, 10 Agustus 2016

[MS_AccessPros] Re: odbc connection

 

If you use a file DSN you can put it in the same folder as the Access back end so all users have access to it. 


Bill Mosca


---In MS_Access_Professionals@yahoogroups.com, <glcass58@yahoo.com> wrote :

Hi all-

   I have a 2010 Access database with the forms and reports in a front end and the tables in an Access backend that link to the front end. My question is about my need to link to a few tables in a SQL Server database.  When I follow the ODBC wizard in Access, I don't know if I should pick User DSN, System DSN, or File DSN. 

   The users use an .accde copy on their desktop.  The SQL Server is on a separate server from the server that has the network of users.  Some users are off site and log into a terminal server (me included).  I have little knowledge of networks and servers so I don't know how to make the ODBC connection so that it works for everyone.

   Any guidance would be very, very appreciated!

Thanks,

Elizabeth

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