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Figure 62-6: Error message that could appear when you double-click a shared folder s icon The most common and simple cause of such a problem is that the computer on which the shared folder resides is either turned off or disconnected from the network. Or, perhaps the person using that computer has stopped sharing the folder. If you check and eliminate all those possibilities, the Windows Firewall may be blocking access to the share. Make sure that the File and Printer Sharing exception is enabled on both computers network connections as discussed under Configuring Windows Firewall in 26.
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Microsoft Access works with data in numerous ways. For simplicity, most of the examples in this book use data stored in local tables. A local table is contained within the Access .accdb file that s open in front of you. This is how you ve seen examples so far. In many professionally developed Microsoft Access applications, the actual tables are kept in a database (usually called the back end) separate from the other interface objects (forms, reports, queries, pages, macros, and modules). The back-end data file stays on a file server on the network, and each user has a copy of the front-end database (containing the forms and reports) on his computer. This is done to make the application more maintainable. By separating the data and their tables into another database, maintenance work (building new indexes, updating reports, and so on) is more easily done without affecting the remainder of the system. For example, you may be working with a multiuser system and find a problem with a form or report in the database. If all the data and interface objects are in the same database, you have to shut down the system while repairing the broken form or report other users can t work with the application while you repair the form or report. By separating data from other objects, you can fix the errant object while others are still working with the data. After you ve fixed the problem, you deliver the new changes to everyone, and they import the form or report into their local databases. Splitting a database also makes it much easier to back up an application s data without affecting the application s user interface. You may want to first develop your application with the tables within the .accdb database. Then, later, you can use the Database Splitter Wizard to automatically move the tables in your .accdb file to a separate Access .accdb file. This process is explained in 16.
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