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Questions tagged [access]

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Viable ways to handle an access token on the resource/web application server

Use case: We have a product which ties a set of resources to a concrete user. Now we would like to provide the customers with an API so that an automated client application can have access to a ...
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How you can deal with making invalid a list of JWTs?

I design a new Rest API for a personal project and I am trying to implement the authentication and authorization mechanism as a separate project, so I ended up with a couple of problems which I am ...
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Single users database for many apps

I'm designing a database that holds the information for users of three diferentes apps that share the access to the data trough an API. For every user i'm storing credentials, profile and roles. What ...
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Insertion sort vs Merge sort - memory access

I am a computer science sophomore doing a data structures and algorithms course. My professor said that insertion sort requires random access, while merge sort does not. According to him, the ...
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Access Database Migration: Sharepoint or Custom solution [closed]

In order to migrate a local Access database and make it available on-line I'm considering two solutions: Migrate the database to SQL and build a custom ASP application in order to add/edit/delete ...
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Alternative locking strategies

I'm having a problem with the design of my application, that neither optimistic nor pessimistic locking tends to solve. Here is a simplified/altered version of the problem that describes the situation....
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Multiuser's impact on Access Database

Can someone explain to me how are effected the performances of an Access 2003 DB when it's used by a lot (30) of users on the same LAN? I'm working on a vb6 project with this access 2003 DB wich ...
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Should I label class diagram variables as private or public?

In my program, I have several class variables whose access specifier is known as private package. The default accessor specifier in Java is known as private package where it is accessible within the ...
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How do you keep logins organized between multiple developers?

I've worked at several places with 2-10 developers and each place has struggled in the area of tracking if the company has an account on a given web site or service. We're always left wondering... ...
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WAN Connectivity between multiple MS ACCESS DB

I have a client that asked me to develop his Windows Application and use MS Access instead of SQL database. I did and now he asked me that he deployed the Application through several of his offices. ...
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Effective programming of data layer management/access

Short Version: What is the term/concept which describes the efficient design of programming the data layer for efficient data access and what are some sources/books/articles/website which discuss this ...
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When would dynamic scoping be useful?

With dynamic scoping, a callee can access the variables of its caller. Pseudo C code: void foo() { print(x); } void bar() { int x = 42; foo(); } Since I have never programmed in a ...
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What is the best strategy for quickly implementing small business applications?

I'm not a software developer, but I have previously developed a project-specific Access application for another employer. My current employer would like me to help organize their workflow and data for ...
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A Question about using different data access layers for different database providers

I have a question about whether we should use different Data access layers for different database providers like SQL Server, MySQL Server, Oracle etc.. Is it not better to use a single data access ...
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Co-worker renamed all of my queries [closed]

I don't know if I should be very irritated or what. I single handedly built over 300 queries for a large database, and developed a naming convention so I could find them later. No one else in my ...
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Best Way to Express Meta-Info on Missing Data?

I work in healthcare IT, reviewing data management processes of various observational studies. One problem I have repeatedly faced is the poorly encoded data, especially when some values are missing. ...
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How much database access should developers have? [closed]

So I've worked in many different workplaces as a developer and my level of access to the database has been varied. I typically don't have production db access. Most of the time I have access to the ...
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Learning new thing and implementing new thing in a company [closed]

In my new company, I wanted to use Doctrine DBAL for data abstraction. But it's not working due to the PHP Version 5.2 we are using on our development server. Here it's all about rights issues. You ...
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Would you re-design completely under .Net?

A very extensive application began as an Access-based system (for database storage). Forms were written in VB5 and/or VB6. As .Net became a fixture in the development community, certain modules have ...