Database Security


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Jim Johnson

I have created a database that will be shared on the network and used by
about 15 different users. Before implemeting this database, I plan to use
the database splitter to separate the tables from the remaining objects.

I also want to secure the objects so that users can add and update records
but not delete them. Obviously I will need to create a couple of users with
administrative permissions.

What is the easiest way to split the database and create secure objects
while ensuring data integrety? Do I need to split the database first or set
up user access?

When I tried to create user access, it only worked on my computer but not
for my co-workers. So, they could open the database with full access. How
do I do this for a specific application that is secure regardless of the
workstation? Please advise.

Sincerely,
Jim
 
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