Re: Access Security Wizard
- From: "Immanuel Sibero" <goahead@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 11:38:01 -0600
Thanks for the input, Paul.
I'll definitely get a hold of a copy of the article just to satisfy my
curiousity. By no means have I seen them all, but I have run into a few
corrupted .mdb's and most if not all were finally resolved, but I couldn't
remember a single one in which Access Security or lack thereof had played a
material role. As you said, secured or unsecured an mdb is just as likely to
get corrupted for various reasons.
"Paul Overway" <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> I read this article, and the evidence offered to support this claim
> very anecdotal to me. Moreover, in my experience, I have observed
> cases of corruption on secured Access databases....as frequent if not more
> so than what I have observed with unsecured databases. I found the
> writer's claim unconvincing. IMO, it would be better to pursue the
> potential causes that have been documented (and proven) elsewhere.
> Paul Overway
> Logico Solutions
> "proffittware" <proffittware@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > It was in March Issue of AccessAdvisor...user contributions...
> > "Immanuel Sibero" wrote:
> >> proffittware,
> >> If you mean Access User Lever Security as covered in the Access
> >> FAQ
> >> document from Microsoft then there is LITTLE to NONE relationship
> >> User Level Security and database corruptions. Common causes and
> >> of
> >> database corruptions:
> >> http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/corruption/causes.htm
> >> You can browse the rest of this website for excellent information re:
> >> Access.
> >> What article did you read?
> >> Immanuel Sibero
> >> "proffittware" <proffittware@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
> >> news:275964E6-F2DA-4CFF-BC83-FB19DA50F2AA@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >> > I just read an article that states that using Access Security has
> >> > helped
> >> > prevent database corruption.
> >> >
> >> > Has anyone had the same experiences ?
> >> >
> >> > If so, what settings in the wizard should you make sure you use to
> >> > accomplish this ?
> >> >
> >> >
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