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Andy Baron November 2006 Applies to: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Summary: One way to create applications that use Microsoft Office Access for creating user interfaces and that use Microsoft SQL Server for data storage is to link Office Access tables to SQL Server tables.
This is the type of application created by using the SQL Server Migration Assistant for Office Access.
Instead, it submits multiple queries, often including queries that request all of the rows in a table, and then it combines or filters the data on the client.
If the criteria require local processing, even queries that should return only selected rows from a single table can require that all the rows in the table be returned.
This can happen even when joins or criteria appear to limit the result set to a small number of records.
This occurs because sometimes the Office Access database engine determines that it cannot submit an entire query to SQL Server.
Running SQL Profiler also has a negative impact on performance, so try to avoid using it on a production server and close your Profiler traces when you are done testing. SQLPrepare is used to define a parameterized query that is then executed with SQLExecute.Introduction Understanding and Addressing Performance Issues Understanding and Addressing Updatability Issues Addressing Application Logic and Coding Issues Creating Unbound Office Access Applications Conclusion Microsoft Office Access supports three primary options for connecting to data stored in Microsoft SQL Server databases: This paper focuses on the challenges encountered by Office Access developers who rely on the Office Access (Jet) database engine to connect to SQL Server over ODBC.The most common way this is done is by creating linked tables in Office Access that use the SQL Server ODBC driver to connect to tables in SQL Server databases.The SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) for Office Access enables you to convert an Office Access database to this type of application by moving your Office Access data to new SQL Server tables and linking to these tables.Any forms, reports, queries, or code that previously worked with the original Office Access tables are automatically connected to the new SQL Server tables.