How many records a database can handle
I have to develop a database for a small agent (for 5-10 users). I am
thinking to use MS Access and VB.net. Could you please tell me how many
records (max) an Access database can handle. Should I choose MS Access, MS
SQL or mySQL (and why?)
Thank you very much for any help
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