Executing an access query results in a permanently stored dynaset, a set of data based on the most recent information in the database.

  • When you execute a query in Access, it generates a dynaset, which is a temporary set of data that is not permanently stored.
  • An Access query generates a table, which is a permanent object that stores the results of the query.
  • The dynaset generated by an Access query is only stored in memory and is not permanently saved.
  • Access queries do not generate any set of data and only display the most recent information in the database.
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