Creating an MS Access 2003 Front End for an Oracle 10g Express Edition Database
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by Jayaram Krishnaswamy
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Creating User Interface Objects for the Front End

From here on it is just vanilla MS Access front end development.  We first create a query using the query designer as shown in Figure 16.  This section is shortened as the process is straight forward.

Figure 16

Figure 17 shows the selected columns in the above query arranged in a tabular form when the query is executed.

Figure 17


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Title: help   
Name: shirish
Date: 2011-10-30 2:57:18 AM
Comment:
figure in the above document is not visible??
so please upload new web page here
Title: Shaik   
Name: Sabir Hussain
Date: 2011-02-12 11:36:17 PM
Comment:
This is really great article for those who willing to know like these things in ever their life..

Really great stuff......
Title: shri   
Name: sreedhar reddy
Date: 2010-06-01 2:48:46 PM
Comment:
great article for those to connect to oracle using access.thanks a lot






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