While working on the MS Access database, you can at times encounter a corrupted database file. In this article, we look at 7 common reasons behind incidents of MS Access database corruption.
The MS Access database application is often the first choice for small businesses looking to migrate from spreadsheets to databases. The rationale behind utilizing Access is often a no brainer for small firms given the rich feature set present in Access and the fact that it comes with the MS Office application. While the Access application is quite suitable for most small business needs and can support multiple simultaneous access, it does have some shortcomings. The most prominent amongst them is the propensity of an Access database to become corrupted. Let’s look at the seven top causes behind the corruption of Access database files.