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Access table checking if still updating

There is no separate data-definition language, no separate stored-procedure language and no need to map internal representations to a separate form for persistence. Tables are built from dictionaries, so it behooves the cursory reader to review Chapter 5 before proceeding.

While developing forms, reports, and the code in their modules, they are likely to corrupt.

To work around this, import the other objects into a new database: If one form or report is corrupt, the process will cease at step 5.

Delete them or reassign them to the correct key value.

You can then create the relation again (Tools menu.) This is an undocumented technique that may rescue a bad form or report by exporting it to a text file, and instructing Access to recreate it from the text file.

A q table is essentially a collection of named columns implemented as a dictionary.

Consequently, q tables are column-oriented, in contrast to the row-oriented tables in relational databases.

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