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    Answered: Forms to enter data into SSMS?

    I was wondering if anyone would share a down and dirty way of giving a use access to enter data into one database table.

    I know Access is an option, but I was wondering if there was another, like MS Word or Adobe. Thoughts?

    This is a SSMS database, 2008.

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    Posted by Pat Phelan

    "Depending on complexity I might change my mind, but Microsoft Access would probably be my first choice for you to get users quick and easy access to SQL Server tables. I'd probably use a web page or if a "fat client" app was needed then I'd use C#, but those both take a fair bit of skills that you haven't needed to develop yet.

    -PatP"


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    Depending on complexity I might change my mind, but Microsoft Access would probably be my first choice for you to get users quick and easy access to SQL Server tables. I'd probably use a web page or if a "fat client" app was needed then I'd use C#, but those both take a fair bit of skills that you haven't needed to develop yet.

    -PatP
    In theory, theory and practice are identical. In practice, theory and practice are unrelated.

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    Thanks Pat! I was thinking about using the RAZR syntax from Web Matrix. It seems scaled down and the code looks a little easier to understand.

    Thanks again!

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    Be aware that Access is a beast when it comes to [b]locking.
    If you encounter issues of this nature then this would be my first culprit.
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