Someone may have to go pick this up on a flash drive or something.Half of you seem to actually be at the uni still. So let me know if you are going to, or if i should try and get it another way.
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- From: "Samuel Thomas" <sam_is_1_hell_of_@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: "'Beau'" <treppb01@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2009 17:18:43 +0800Hey Beau Thanks for the access to trac, I have got an empty access database with the tables only. It's 8.5MB with empty tables only (4MB is the normal size that Access takes up for a file). I cannot seem to send them to you via email as it exceeds the max file size of that mail server. I can send it to an alternate address or you can stop by to pick it up from me. With the tables they are completely empty but all relationships are there (I wish you the best of luck sorting the relationship diagram into something more readable - Access does not export/import nicely). I have removed the protection of Microsoft workgroup permissions as well so you have free reign to manipulate and access the database. If you want to take into account access workgroup permissions into your coding (e.g. whatever ODBC connectors you are using) try having a look at workgroup permissions online to set them up or I can show you a quick run through if you want to book in some time. Regards Samuel Thomas -----Original Message----- From: Beau [mailto:treppb01@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Tuesday, 8 September 2009 4:21 PM To: sam_is_1_hell_of_@xxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Trac, Mailing Lists and Databases Hi Sam. To access the Trac system you will need these details. The website is http://cits3200i.csse.uwa.edu.au/trac Username: Samuel Password: aex2Xo4o To send a email on the mailing list. Just send an email to groupi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx I know it's soon, but how far away are you from preparing the database "creation" files?. Thanks, Beau
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