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Windows 7: MS Access - MySQL export

23 Jul 2010   #11
TimStitt

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Interesting, I'm pretty familiar with Access 2007, but I'm yet to install Access 2010 and compare them. I might take a look later and for the sake of updating info come back here if I learn anything about exporting Schema's, I'm sure you can export it to xml or at least to an SQL script.

Anyways, that doesn't help you Thanks for getting back to us and good luck with your project.

-Timo


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