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    Smile Updating Access Structure without Changing Data

    I am developing a database for a friend to use. The design will be evolving while portions of the database are being used. How can I send updated Access Structures (i.e. new queries, forms, reports, etc.) without altering the data in their existing tables? Is there a different file type that you can save?


    Thanks in advance for your help

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    Splitting the db into FrontEnd and BackEnd takes care of almost all of the issues.

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    Thanks for Help

    Thanks for the help RuralGuy...... does this solution cause any performance issues?

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    Here's MVP Tony Toews thoughts on the subject.

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