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 From: Pete Sass
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 Marathon, Ontario
 Canada
 Pete Sass
 To: Adel Kadi
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 Adel Kadi
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Subject: RE: How to insure security for your Database?
Thread ID: 16187 Message ID: 16201 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Unknown Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Friday, October 11, 2002 10:29:23 AM         
   


> Hi everybodey
> That is my question : Database in VFP6 is easy for anybodey to open so how to make it secured enough ?
> kadi

Hi,
Best bet since this is a question that comes up all the time.. go into search and
read all the threads on the keyword "Security" There are quite a few entries
there.
Best bets, in my option are:
1. A dedicated secure database server for the VFP data to reside on.
2. Upgrade to VFP7.0 where database events are now provided where you
can add code for password protection at the database level.

Pete from the Great White North ! (Only in Canada, ay...) Over and Out ...


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How to insure security for your Database? Posted by Adel Kadi @ 10/11/2002 1:45:18 AM
RE: How to insure security for your Database? Posted by Pete Sass @ 10/11/2002 10:29:23 AM