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Main Considerations When Moving From MS Access Programming to SQL Server

I am a 100% self taught MS Access programmer (main part of my job is programming), I am now building larger databases; still using MS Access as the UI but SQL Server to store all data and do more of ...
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Microsoft Access 2003 vs SQL Server 2005 Express

There is an Access 2003 database that each "corps" has to manage themselves containing personal, training and material data. It's written very poorly. Besides that, the server only runs Windows 2000, ...
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How do I convert this Access query for SQL Server? [closed]

I have a Query used in Access which does not work in SQL Server as it stands: SELECT mstPatient.PatientID, mstPatient.PatientID AS PKNO, ...
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MS Access displays alle columns in SQL Server tables as “deleted”

I have created an ODBC connection to a SQL Server 2005. When I link to the tables from MS Access, some tables have only "deleted" data. This means the rows and columns are displayed, but all data ...