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Vincent Ishwar
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Loading Access Database inside HP Records Manager 8.1

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Dear all,

 

Has anyone Loaded an Access Database inside HP Records Manager 8.1?

 

- I sit compatible?

 

- Are there performance issues?

 

KInd regards,

 

Vincent

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Re: Loading Access Database inside HP Records Manager 8.1

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An access DB should in theory still work as a catalogued record.

 

The only performance issue I can think of is that if more than one user is editing at the same time one will have to wait until the other is finished and then have to start again.

 

But that is the same for any record really.

 

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Re: Loading Access Database inside HP Records Manager 8.1

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An access DB should in theory still work as a catalogued record.

 

The only performance issue I can think of is that if more than one user is editing at the same time one will have to wait until the other is finished and then have to start again.

 

But that is the same for any record really.

 

**Any opinions expressed in this forum are my own personal opinion and should not be interpreted as an official statement on behalf of Micro Focus**

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