The Executive Summary
A rundown of all the features in the framework.
01 - Importing the Extension Framework
Importing the Access Extension Framework into a new or existing database, and setting references and access options where necessary.
02 - Common Access Database Configurations
An overview of common MS Access front end/back end configurations. Advantages and disadvantages of each.
03 - Importing to a Split File Database
Configuring the Access Extension Framework when working with a split Front End/Back End pair.
04 - Framework Quickstart
A quick run through the structure and basic operation of the framework.
05 - The Framework Control Centre
A quickstart covering all aspects of the Access Extension Framework control centre screen.
06 - The Table Linker
Link modes, linking multiple back ends, linking ODBC databases such as SQL Server, DSN-less connections, practical linking
07 - The DataList Object Pt 1
The DataList object provides a flexible and powerful in-memory alternative to the recordset object.
It supports filtering, sorting, grouping and dictionary-based lookup out of the box.
08 - The DataList Object Pt 2
Covers use of the DataList object as a Combo or List Box datasource, and use of the DataList as a cache.
09 - Automatically Upgrading a Back End Database
Creating a script with the Access Extension Framework to update the application back end database(s). Delivering this via a front end update.
10 - Framework Scripting Enhancements
An overview of the Framework scripting enhancements.