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> Breaking Ace Out Of The Bubble
Posted by DougY - Feb-12-20 - 0 replies
The ACE database engine is being let out of the bubble.

Breaking ACE Out Of The Bubble

Previously, users were required to install the Access Database Engine (ACE) Redistributable (or “redist”) to expose ACE outside of the Office bubble. Upon transferring data between existing Microsoft Office files and those outside of Office, one needed to download a set of components to facilitate the process. 2016, 2019, and O365 consumer versions of Access have not exposed its ACE engine outside of Office, including the ACE OLEDB provider.


It's been something we, as a community, asked for, and the dev team listened and acted on the request.
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> GDPR And Database Development Whitepaper
Posted by jleach - Jan-29-20 - 1 replies
The world evolves and both the utility of data and the desire for consumers to know what's happening with that data continues to evolve along with it. It may be prudent for us as developers and users of Access and other data-focused services and platforms to be aware of what's what.

Last year Philipp Stiefel, Bernd Jungbluth and Karl Donaubauer wrote a whitepaper called GDPR for database developers. An English translation is now available here: http://www.donkarl.com/gdpr

It's a 30 page PDF about the essentials and the practical implementation of the European privacy regulations. There are special chapters about Access and SQL Server.

GDPR applies to database developers in the EU, EFTA, UK and potentially beyond if you process personal data from these regions.

We think if nothing else, it might worth downloading a copy and breezing through it over a cup of coffee or tea.

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> Access Devcon Vienna
Posted by DougY - Jan-24-20 - 0 replies
April 2020 will the fourth time for Access DevCon Vienna. The event includes two days of sessions and presentation by various Access developers from Europe and the USA. Ebo Quansah, the Access Dev PM will be attending and will present in the conference. All the sessions are in English. In addition to the technical sessions, there will also be a couple of social events, and free guided tours of Vienna by the local developers.

Access DevCon takes place on April 25-26, 2020. For more details, and pictures from prior events go to http://www.donkarl.com/devcon/
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