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MS Access database stores essential data and corruption in it may leave you in a very frustrating situation. Since prevention is always better than cure, this blog will discuss things that can be done for preventing corruption in Access database. Here are some points that can help you to prevent corruption: While performing database write process, it is must to avoid power failure or interrupted power supply. If during the write process power loss occurs, the database may go in a suspect state. It is essential to take care of network connections, so that any process may not hang in between due to improper network connectivity. As improper termination of Microsoft Jet connections may cause damage or corruption in Access database thus avoid doing so. Close all DAO objects and ADO objects before programming. Do not ignore frequent as well as unusual database errors, as they may cause abrupt termination of database. If you notice any error, then first of all resolve it to avoid fatal consequences like database damage or corruption. Make a habit of compacting the database after certain time period. Frequent compacting of database can help you to prevent corruption to a great extent. Always remember that running a large number of open/close operations in a loop can throw your Access database in trouble, so avoid it By keeping these things in mind, you can prevent you MS Access database from getting corrupt or damaged. However, if corruption occurs even after taking care of these things, go for a reliable and efficient Access repair tool.

Tables, queries, records, primary keys, foreign keys are integral part of MS Access database. Removing superfluous data is a good housekeeping strategy that all users of a database should practice. Removing obsolete or incorrect data helps in keeping a database easy-to-use and easy-to-maintain condition.

Sometimes you feel the need to delete a table and its records too in Access .mdb database. Deleting a table does not delete related tables or related records from the database. However, if the table is related to other tables at the time that you delete it, the delete operation deletes the relationship between that table and any other tables.

Like, if you delete the Employee table, and if the table is related to the Address table, the relationship between the Employee table and Address table is deleted along with the Employee table, but the Address table is left untouched.

  1. To delete the table and all its contents from a database, select the table in the Database window and press DELETE.

  2. When you are prompted to confirm, click Yes.

  3. If the table is related to other tables, you see the warning message.

  4. Click ‘Yes’ to delete the relationship between the tables.

This results in deletion of table, its contents, and all of its relationships, from MS Access database.

The Access repair tool helps you in recovering lost, deleted, corrupt Access database objects, in case you need them back.