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Posted Jun 25, 1998

Panel Discussion - Page 3

By Sharon Dooley

25 Jan 98

There was a panel discussion at the end of the briefing. During this discussion as well as in a couple of other points in the briefing it was clear that SQL Server will become an alternative to the Jet engine for Access. Microsoft did not explicitly confirm this but did not deny it and several presenters mentioned it. Jet is not going away, however.

A new upsizing Wizard for Access will come with the next release of Access, not with SQL Server 6.0.

Many thanks to Sharon for providing these notes - drop her a note at sharond@compuserve.com and tell her thanks!



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