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Subject:Re: MS Access Question From:"W. Kelly Oja" <judbasiner -at- gmail -dot- com> To:"Dubin, David" <David -dot- Dubin -at- sage -dot- com> Date:Mon, 27 Feb 2006 08:28:20 -0600
David wrote "What about a backup of those files from Thursday?"
The IT guys are not in yet. I would have tried to get more done on Friday,
but I was just packing up to go home. I am hoping they did a backup Thursday
night, if not... it is not really that big of deal because it is basically a
shift log to report this or that from one shift to the next.
But there are quite a number of things recorded where the correct timestamps
are necessary, i.e. incident frequency, alarm monitoring, and such.
"You're nobody until you get Grrr'd."
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