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> Release 7.7 Of SSMA Restores Choice Of 32 Or 64 Bit Versions
Posted by GroverParkGeorge - Mar-29-18 - 0 replies
Here's a bit of good news for Access developers who need to migrate data from their local Access accdbs to SQL Server.

With the most recent release of SQL Server Migration Assistant, version 7.7, Microsoft has not only restored the 32 bit version, but now offers both 32 bit and 64 bit versions as separate downloads, removing the confusion that previously existed when they were combined in a single download.
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Posted by ghubbell - Mar-22-18 - 6 replies
Just a heads up to anyone who might care, UA Administration has decided to remove our links to Facebook (FB) along with deleting our complete Facebook page.

This is of course to positively distance ourselves in light of the recent events with FB / Cambridge Analytica and also and perhaps most offensive, comments which have become public, which were made by Mister Zuckerberg regarding how he perceived (perceives?!) Facebook users - a statement he made during Facebook's early years.

You are welcome to comment as you please, perhaps express your own feelings though do recall, we do not (never have permitted) discussing politics or religion - and the Facebook issue is neither of those, more in my opinion, one of ethics, proper business practices and respect, or the lack thereof.

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Our most important guideline here is and shall always be, "treat all other members with dignity and respect. People who answer questions at UA do so for free. Politeness and appreciation go a long way."

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> DougY Achieves 15,000 Post Milestone
Posted by argeedblu - Jan-30-18 - 15 replies

Please join us in congratulating UA Member and Administrator, Doug on reaching the 15,000 post milestone. Since joining UA in 2004, Doug has assisted many member and is very active behind the scene, helping keep the UA ship on a true course. His signature motto, "When I said the program was fool proof, I hadn'’t realized there were so many fools." rings true with many developers.

Congratulations Doug, and here's to the next 5,000. cheers.gif
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