If you have a Access Application linked to a SQL Server 2005 back end, what is the best way to change the database that the application is pointing to?
Nov 13 '09 at 02:48 PM
Aug 17 '10 at 01:24 AM
Kev Riley ♦♦
Assuming you are linking to SQL Server 2005 using an ODBC DSN, you would just need to change your connection string in the DSN. Of course, the databases will need to have the same structure.
Nov 13 '09 at 05:17 PM
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