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Spatial queries, such as range search and nearest neighbor retrieval, involve only conditions on objects geometric properties. A spatial database manages multidimensional objects (...
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Skyline is used in a distributed database, because the database will not be in one system. It will be stored in multiple systems reside at different locations, if it is connected u...
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I have a membership database created in Access 2003. There is a Member's table that includes their address, contact info, etc. The zip code field in that table was defined with a...
I am creating a Access query to pull a date from 4 different fields (Date1, Date 2, Date 3, Date 4) in the same record. An example of the criteria that I am trying to extract is as...
You don't need a complex set of expressions or even VBA to sort Access date values by specific components, such as month or year. Use DatePart() and sort on its results.
I have a large Access 2007 database that has been segmented into sections by queries based on criteria in one field. To complete this segmentation, I needed to use wildcards to ret...
Office challenge: How can you apply formatting to an entire row, based on the contents of a single cell?
Test your skills against this Excel formatting challenge and learn the answer to last week's Access query challenge.