Updating dataset to database
Using bind variables makes the statement reusable with different input values.Using bind variables also improves query performance in the database, eliminates the need for special handling of literal quotation marks in the input, and protects against SQL injection attacks.For more information on setting up a database for data entry, see Design considerations for updating data. Data entry forms can provide an easier, faster, and more accurate way to enter data.Forms can contain any number of controls such as lists, text boxes, and buttons.You can change data in tables, query result sets, and forms that display datasheets.
There are several ways to update data in an Access database.
The new observation may be modified by other observations from the transaction data set before it is written to the new data set.
Bind variables are placeholders inside a SQL statement.
When there are many records, you can use the Find and Replace dialog box and filter for the record.
You can navigate between records by using the navigation buttons.