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Bubai

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Hello there,
I have been trying to learn MS Access for a couple of years and very recently have come up with a functional database to help me with my job. I use it to look after the imports and related party payments. I am based at Dhaka, Bangladesh. Also a member of some other forums which helped me build my database enormously. I like music and also tree plantation. I find myself no less conscientious than an environmentalist. But since Bangladesh is one of the most densly populated countries in the world, owning a sizable amount of land is bit of a fortune. But I try to plant as much I can. My ambition is to become a DBA in SQL Server and also gather professional level knowledge is Access and VBA. Still in my opinion Access has some serious shortcomings, like- frequently corrupted files, nonexistence of full outer joins, trigger, stroed procedure etc. Hope to get help from the community and also helping the community at the same time.
 

Jon

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Welcome to the forums! We are the most active Microsoft Access community on the internet by far, with posts going back over 20 years!

To get started, I highly recommend you read the post below. It contains important information for all new users to this forum.

https://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/threads/new-member-read-me-first.223250/

We look forward to having you around here, learning stuff and having fun!
 

oleronesoftwares

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Welcome @Bubai to the best online forum for Access developers
 

The_Doc_Man

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Hello, Bubai, and welcome to the forum.

We understand that Access doesn't have some advanced features, but its original focus was as a small-business database, and its applications have sort of grown over the years. Since MS has SQL Server that has those features you mentioned, they tend to look at Access as a pathway to larger, better things and thus do not expand native Access abilities. But at least you can use the Access interfaces as front-ends to the SQL Server or its lighter-weight variants.
 

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