Access vs. SQL Server

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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default Access vs. SQL Server

    Hi, <BR><BR>I am working on planning a site, that I might do in ASP for a small real estate company. I expect that the number of listings will not exceed 1000, and will usually be less. Also, I want to incorporate a user registration for the site, in another table, which could get large quickly. <BR><BR>My question is: <BR>Would MS Access be an al right backend for this, or should this definitly be done in SQL server?<BR><BR>Any thoughts are appreciated!<BR>Thanks.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

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    Access is only designed for up to 10 simulaneous connections. Using Access on the web is just an invitation to problems...<BR>However, SQL Server is expensive at $5k per processor.

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