194 royalty-free modules and classes are available covering all aspects of application development. Learn more about what's available, so you can simply use our code rather than writing your own. It's all open source, so you can learn from it or enhance it to your specific needs.
We’ve been using Azure over the past year for web/asp.net hosting and SQL Server solutions. We have been very impressed with its features and capabilties. We believe it will revolutionize how we create and deploy applications, and look forward to providing commercial and custom solutions and services with Azure.
We’re already working on several projects including the merging of the Windows desktop/Microsoft Access/Office with the web. We look forward to sharing more with you in the near future.
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Total Visual SourceBook is the most popular professional source code library for the Microsoft Access/VBA/VB6 community. This huge library of powerful, well tested, and documented VBA/VB6 source code is available for your projects royalty free! Eliminate the drudgery of writing code that already exists. Simply insert our code into your project and run it.
As part of our commitment to quality, we are pleased to announce that we have released a new update for Total Visual SourceBook 2007. This update resolves all known issues since their original release.
The updates are available free of charge to registered owners who were notified via email. If you did not receive instructions, please contact us so we can update your information.
Total Access Statistics is the world’s most popular data analysis program for Microsoft Access. It runs as an Access add-in to let you extend the numerical analysis capabilities of Microsoft Access queries.
Here’s another resource in our ongoing coverage of query techniques:
Learn how to create queries to find all the records in one table that don’t have corresponding records in another table. If you’re not familiar with the difference between Inner Join, Outer Join, Left Join and Right Join, check out our paper on Microsoft Access Outer Join Query: Finding All Records in One Table but Not Another and Creating “Not In” Queries on these important query feature. It’ll save you tons of time trying to code this yourself and will surely give you new ideas on how to better retrieve and analyze your data. The techniques apply to both Microsoft Access and SQL Server queries.
Here’s an additional paper related to our ongoing coverage of queries. This time we’re covering DELETE query syntax in Microsoft Access. In addition to the basics of deleting data and the SQL for DELETE queries, we also cover an interesting situation when DELETE queries fail during multi-table links on non-keyed fields.
If your query fails to delete any records with this message: “Could not delete from the specified tables”, learn why and how to fix it with the DISTINCTROW syntax or setting the Unique Records property to Yes.
The Microsoft Access runtime version allows you to distribute your Access applications to users who do not have a full license of Access. The runtime is similar to the full version of Access, but several of the features that exist in the full version are not available in the runtime. To test your users’ experience, you can simulate the runtime with a command line.
I’ll be giving several presentations on Microsoft Access application development and our products at the Office DevCon 2009 conference in Brisbane, Australia at the end of the month. Hosted at the University of Queensland, St. Lucia campus, I hope you see you there!