Applies to: Access for Microsoft 365, Access 2019, Access 2016, Access 2013, Access 2010, Access 2007.
The other day, we were scrambling through the Access vaults and happened to stumble upon rediscovered assorted JET and ODBC whitepapers of classic variety. Despite their edges being frayed, pages appearing yellowed, and the ink being faded, they were still explicitly legible. When adequate time has elapsed, whilst we fully embraced all the nostalgia and glory, we decided that Access enthusiasts such as yourselves may benefit from revisiting this timeless resource.
|Without further ado, here are said Jet white papers, four in all, entitled:|
How to keep a JET 4.0 database in top working condition
Microsoft JET 3.5 Performance Overview and Optimisation Techniques
JET Database Engine version 3.0 ODBC Connectivity Understanding Microsoft JET Locking
Improved ODBC Data Type Mappings with Jet 4.0
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