In my previous post, I published the ‘Ultimate Generic Date/Time Framework’ with the super-filter for MS SQL Server.
Today I’m glad to announce the new 1.5 version of the ‘Ultimate Generic Date/Time Framework’ with the super-filter implementation for:
- Oracle 10g or higher (free download from my dropbox)
- DB2 v9 or higher (free download from my dropbox)
- MS-Access (free download from my dropbox)
- MS SQL 2008 or higer (free download from my dropbox)
Indeed the MS-Access Date/Time Framework universe is new! MS-Access is not a corporate database, but lots of people are using BusinessObjects to create reports on this personal DB. And from now on, also those end-users can make benefit by implementing this framework in there universe.
There is one prerequisite before you can start using the MS-Access framework. You have to create one physical ‘Dual’ table. This table simulates the dummy table like Dual in Oracle and Sysibm.sysdummy1 in DB2. (click the picture to enlarge)
Navigate to my YouTube Channel for a two minutes implementation tutorial.