|Subject:||Referential integrity constraints in MS Access|
|Creation date:||7/29/09 11:40 AM|
|Last modified on:||7/29/09 11:40 AM|
Referential integrity constraints, also known as foreign key
relationships, are supported natively by Microsoft Access. However,
this information is not exposed by the ODBC driver. Therefore, any
client (including WinSQL) cannot determine the relationships among
As as alternative, you can use the local relationship feature in WinSQL
to create relationships among tables. Local relationships are local to
WinSQL and does not have any affect on the database.
Posted by john on 12/17/12 8:26 AM
I have chunk files that never dissappear, just keep multiplying. Why do these continue to remain?
Posted by Jason on 10/17/12 12:00 PM
Hi -- Is it possible for this cache to be stored in an alternate location in Wndows systems? These files filled up space on a test system's C: drive and caused some critical processes to stop due to lack of space.
However, there are larger volumes on that machine which could handle these large files.
Would installing the Syncrify client to the alternate drive fix it / workaround?
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