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    Data Access Pages (Access 2000-2002)

    How about this one? How many people can access a DAP at the same time if it's on the server? I wouldn't think that it had a limit.
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    Re: Data Access Pages (Access 2000-2002)

    Your presumption is basically true - though there are obvious limits when you consider performance and such. Of course that's essentially true of an Access database, since up to 255 people can access a database before the .ldb file runs out of resources. On the other hand, you can be sure it will be really slow if anyone tries to do anything more than connect to it.
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    Re: Data Access Pages (Access 2000-2002)

    Thank you Wendell.
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    Re: Data Access Pages (Access 2000-2002)

    have designed a database with several DAP's. The pages also include multiple ActiveX controls. All works well but I am having difficulty with accomplishing the following:

    1. Allowing the DAP to input data to a database (which works fine).
    2. Preventing others from then looking at the previous data placed into the database.
    3 Opening the DAP with blank fields as opposed to what was previously input.

    How do I create the code or the preferences so that only for data input only and no view of previous data?

    Is that a security issue or a preferences issue?

    Thanks for the help.

    Pete

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    Re: Data Access Pages (Access 2000-2002)

    This has also been posted as a separate thread in <post#=298401>post 298401</post#>. We don't encourage duplicate or cross posting, because it can lead to diverging discussions and confusion. Please post replies to Pete's (padler's) questions in the other thread.

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