View Full Version : Need to migrate MS Access 2002 db to Pocket IE on Win Ce 2.11 H/PC
04-23-2004, 02:54 PM
The Access 2002 database prototype is fully functional and ready to email to you as a zip file. It has 14 fully normalized (optimized) tables, only 4 of which have relationships between them. It has 2 forms, with text boxes as the only controls except for 2 combo boxes and (many) labels. Each of the 2 forms have multiple pages (tabs).
Please help. I'm an individual (not a company) going on a church missions trip this summer, so I need this ASAP!
04-23-2004, 05:33 PM
And how do you plan to link the html to the database? Not possible. You'd need a server-side language to interact with a database.
There's not Pocket Access? or some other database program on there?
04-23-2004, 05:37 PM
I was just doing a little reading on your machine, and I'm pretty sure I read Pocket Access.. but I think that was for the 880... maybe you need an upgrade? lol
But I wonder if you can't buy Pocket Access and install it somehow.. I don't know much about your type of machine, it almost looks like a laptop but..
04-23-2004, 07:40 PM
The Mobilepro 780 does have Pocket Access.
04-23-2004, 07:55 PM
So why don't you just migrate your current Access project to Pocket Access?
I don't really want to get that zip file emailed to me... I don't want to look at it if I don't need to.
04-23-2004, 08:00 PM
It's easier to work with a database than trying to mimic a database using arrays.
It's not going to be an easy task... I would do my best to migrate the existing Access project to Pocket Access if I were you.
04-23-2004, 08:39 PM
Pocket Access is absurdly limited. It doesn't support forms and has a limit of 76,000 records.
04-23-2004, 09:16 PM
You're going to pay someone to make this for you? Hmm.. what sort of deadline are you looking at?
Have you considered purchasing a laptop? That way you're not restricted at all!
I think you should post this in the Work offers forum. I'm not personally interested as I have a programming position, and I'm not one to code outside of the 9am-5pm time zone.
04-23-2004, 09:30 PM
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