Ms Access Application Migration Chart
If you have exceeded the built-in limitations of Ms Access and are experiencing one or more problems — slow performance, unreliable data, corruption and error messages are common indicators — it is time to reconfigure your Ms Access application, or migrate the Ms Access application to more powerful components to fix problems your are having or to meet more demanding business needs. Depending upon your situation, the right approach may involve replacing one or both Ms Access application components: the back-end jet engine datastore and / or the front-end user interface.
The table below shows the different Ms Access migration options available. Capabilities in the chart increase from left to right — from a standalone Ms Access application designed to support a small workgroup on a LAN, to a robust Internet-native database application capable of supporting hundreds of concurrent users. Click on the platform name or diagram to see a “Capability Scorecard” for each option.