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Re: ms access integration with subversion

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Sep 2009 07:01:12 -0500

On Sep 7, 2009, at 06:50, vishwanath ramachandran_at_honeywell.com wrote:

> Is there any integration for subversion with MS access? I have
> searched out in Google could not find anything!! Can you suggest

I think the answer is no, but you should specify what you mean by
"integration." For example, do you mean: is there any way to use an MS
Access database to store a Subversion repository? The answer is no; a
Subversion repository stores itself in either a BerkeleyDB or a flat-
file (FSFS) database. Or do you mean: is there any way to store an MS
Access database in a Subversion repository? The answer is either no,
or not really, or not directly; a Subversion repository is a versioned
file system so you can put any file (including an MS Access database)
into it, but that is probably not useful, depending on what you want
to do.


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