By Richard Rost 6 months ago
Create a Database That Will Self-Destruct in 24 Hours
In this Microsoft Access tutorial I'm going to teach you about a seldom used and lesser known feature of Microsoft Access and that is to allow you to have your database self-destruct after 24 hours. Why would you want to do this? Well you might have sensitive information in the database and you only want to give users the ability to view it for a limited time. Or you might want to give someone a sample of the database just so they can try it out but not use it without paying for it. In any case this feature will allow you to have the database erase itself in one day.
There's no extended cut, but here's my database file:
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