Microsoft Access (usually abbreviated as MS Access) is an easy- to-use program for creating and maintaining databases. The Access database driver for online databases is often supported by webhosts using the NT hosting platform.
Refers to the database program "Microsoft Access", also called Jet Database.
The ability to view, inquire, edit information. Capacity to enter or approach Microsoft Access is a database management program Expanded/Alternate Definition(s) Clarity Console gives our customers simple, yet powerful access to update their website and to view & analyze corporate information from disperate sources.
Access is a Microsoft database. Often used with ASP when on a server. It is also installed on most computers that use Windows since it is a member of the Microsoft Office suite.
When a web site requires a simple database solution, Microsoft Access is a very popular option. Access is not well suited for very high-traffic, and not as powerful as MySql or SQL Server.
A database Management system for windows, which provides a means or storing and managing data or information. Microsoft refers to Access as a relational database product since it allows you to relate data from several different sets or tables.
A popular database application made by Microsoft. SoftTech IMS can be integrated with Access databases and also can save online application forms in a dynamically-created Access database.
An inexpensive Windows Database which is routinely used for smaller database applications.
A database program produced by Microsoft. While the files created by the various versions of Access all have an "MDB" extension, they are not all compatible.
Database software package by Microsoft. If your site uses Access database, hosting plan must include Access support. In some cases it is an option provided by the hosting company for additional fee or involves change of the hosting plan.
To enter or communicate with a particular computer resource, such as an operating system, an ORACLE database, or specific files or tables. Various commands or controls are used to set and alter the ability to access, depending on the type of resource.
One of three standard privileges to an ORACLE database. A DBA can grant a user one or more of the database privileges CONNECT, RESOURCE, and DBA.
One of several types of privileges, such as SELECT, ALTER, or DROP, for using or altering ORACLE database objects such as tables, views, or indexes. Database users can grant other users access via the GRANT statement.
To connect to a resource, either remotely (such as to a file share or the named pipe for a service) or locally (such as to a file, directory, WMI class, WMI instance, or database). See also Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).
a database software program included as part of the Microsoft Office package. It is available for use by the I.D. Weeks community from computers in TLC (Technology Literacy Center) on the 2nd floor.
Microsoft's advanced database creation and maintenance software. It is very popular among developers who maintain online databases with Windows NT.
A widely used relational database system part of the Microsoft Office suite.
Database creation and maintenance software published by Microsoft. Also referred to as MS Access.
Microsoft software tool used for developing a database. Any database vendor you work with -- email broadcaster, list broker, third-party list-hygiene service, etc. -- should be able to work with this format (as well as several others.)
Microsoft's proprietary database standard. Many corporate databases are Microsoft Access databases
A database system from Microsoft. A part of Microsoft Office. Mostly used on low traffic web sites running on the Windows platform.
Microsoft's application for creation and maintaining databases. It is commonly used by developers who maintain online databases running on Windows NT.
MS Access® is Microsoft's advanced database creation and maintenance software. MS Access is not well suited for very high-traffic sites and is not as powerful as MySql or SQL Server.
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Microsoft Office's database program.
A relational database running under Microsoft Windows. Data is stored as a number of "tables", e.g. "Stock". Each table consists of a number of "records" (e.g. for different items) and each record contains a number of "fields", e.g. "Product code", "Supplier", "Quantity in stock." Access allows the user to create "forms" and "reports". A form shows one record in a user-designed format and allows the user to step through records one at a time. A report shows selected records in a user-designed format, possibly grouped into sections with different kinds of total (including sum, minimum, maximum, average). There are also facilities to use links ("joins") between tables which share a common field and to filter records according to certain criteria or search for particular field values. Source: Foldoc: Free On-line Dictionary of Computing
Microsoft's basic database creation and maintenance software. The simplicity of the software allows unskilled programmers to create simple applications without having to deal with the more advanced features found in larger databases.
Access is a easy-to-use database developed by Microsoft. It ...
A Microsoft database program.
Database software. Part of the Microsoft Office Suite. Organizations often store customer data in Access databases.