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    Creation of Project!

    Hi,

    Could you please any one clarify me about Creation of DSN with help of MS Access , will QA Director will support or not.

    But when I checked with the help of Data Base Selection Screen, it shows me either Oracle or SQL / MSDE , no information about the MS Access.

    Thanks in Advance

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    Baya
    Gundanna

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    Re: Creation of Project!

    Can any one suggest me please ..........
    Gundanna

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    Re: Creation of Project!

    I do not know why it does not show access. I know other applications run with Access, but am not sure about QAD.

    Did you try calling your sales team or CompuWare support?
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    Re: Creation of Project!

    And its not only about the access. How would you have created the database in MS Access in the first place anyways? or are you planning to setup the DSN first and then to create the database there ... (in which case it is probably not going to work as the DOM in MS Access is completely different than that of MS SQL and Oracle)

    You would be better off, installing SQL Server 2005 Express Edition which is free and easy to use. You can get that here: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/express/aa718378.aspx

    Thanks,
    KC
    Kashif

 

 

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