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Postby ranjihadi » Tue Apr 03, 2012 2:56 am

hi
i have one question
i develeped some program who used access database with NeoBookDBPro 1.0
how many user can use this program in time to by one databse file
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Re: multi user

Postby dpayer » Tue Apr 03, 2012 6:36 am

ranjihadi wrote:hi
i have one question
i develeped some program who used access database with NeoBookDBPro 1.0
how many user can use this program in time to by one databse file


I found a couple of links that should help to answer this.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library ... =office.10).aspx - be sure to copy this whole link then paste, the forum software cuts it off.
http://aspalliance.com/14_Microsoft_Jet ... ine_advice
http://www.dbforums.com/database-concep ... t-dbs.html

Microsoft is most optimistic saying 25-50 can use it if they are doing 'frequent' (not simultaneous) updates.

The other sites state that Access (using the older 'jet' engine - not sure of the version of MDB that you are using) databases can suffer locked tables with as few as 3 users accessing at once.

I would think if your app simply requires a quick in and out of the DB, you won't run into problems with 10. If they all have the DB open all day long and are writing to the same tables, there is no saying what the result is.

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