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is it possible 2 create views, triggers & stored procedures in Access? - FileMaker

speaking of me, I'm not very new to Access, but I haven't worked on it as a professional. I know that you can fire queries in Access, but I don't think you can create views. i want to know that is there any way to create stored procedures or triggers in Access. Also, I want to know that can we migrate data from any platform? i downloaded this rdbms s/w from [url]http://www.vaman.net/vmndataserver.asp[/url] i tried this s/w. this solved my most of problems (in context with user friendliness of Access) these people claim that they have a data migration tool which ...

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    Default is it possible 2 create views, triggers & stored procedures in Access?

    speaking of me, I'm not very new to Access, but I haven't worked on it
    as a professional.
    I know that you can fire queries in Access, but I don't think you can
    create views.
    i want to know that is there any way to create stored procedures or
    triggers in Access.
    Also, I want to know that can we migrate data from any platform?
    i downloaded this rdbms s/w from
    [url]http://www.vaman.net/vmndataserver.asp[/url]
    i tried this s/w. this solved my most of problems (in context with
    user friendliness of Access)
    these people claim that they have a data migration tool which can
    migrate data from any db to vaman & vice versa.
    I tried this data migration tool, its working just fine.

    i wud like others as well to atleast have a look at this particular
    software, b'coz this is really good.
    Manish Bafna Guest

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    Default Re: is it possible 2 create views, triggers & stored proceduresin Access?

    In reply to [email]2b45b021.0309270216.7c8d32aeposting.google.com[/email] on 9/27/03 3:16
    AM by Manish Bafna [email]manishbafna80[/email]:

    Maybe an Access list can help you. This is a list for FileMaker.
    > speaking of me, I'm not very new to Access, but I haven't worked on it
    > as a professional.
    > I know that you can fire queries in Access, but I don't think you can
    > create views.
    > i want to know that is there any way to create stored procedures or
    > triggers in Access.
    > Also, I want to know that can we migrate data from any platform?
    > i downloaded this rdbms s/w from
    > [url]http://www.vaman.net/vmndataserver.asp[/url]
    > i tried this s/w. this solved my most of problems (in context with
    > user friendliness of Access)
    > these people claim that they have a data migration tool which can
    > migrate data from any db to vaman & vice versa.
    > I tried this data migration tool, its working just fine.
    >
    > i wud like others as well to atleast have a look at this particular
    > software, b'coz this is really good.
    Lee Smith Guest

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