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I wrote a database in Access 2003 which is shared between about 15 to 20 users. i.e they have similar front ends but all access the same back end mdb
Now my company are wanting to move the back end to sql server but have the front end in VB.NET and not Access. I guess you cannot do a simple conversion so the whole front end will have to be written in VB.NET. I am not doing this but what happens in the future as my database is not set in stone. What about maintenance or if i need to create new forms, queries,modify tables e.t.c.
Is VB.NET easy to learn ? I don't know what there plan is yet.

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access 2003 to vb.net and sql server
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I wrote a database in Access 2003 which is shared between about 15 to 20 users. i.e they have similar front ends but all access the same back end mdb
Now my company are wanting to move the back end to sql server but have the front end in VB.NET and not Access. I guess you cannot do a simple conversion so the whole front end will have to be written in VB.NET. I am not doing this but what happens in the future as my database is not set in stone. What about maintenance or if i need to create new forms, queries,modify tables e.t.c.
Is VB.NET easy to learn ? I don't know what there plan is yet.


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