Yes, you certainly can. All data is saved within an SQLite database, enabling easy standard procedures to link to it. In a multi-user environment, projects can be archived to a central server where all team members can access files and thereby maintain a central library of verified work.
So do we have to first archive projects to a central server or can we simply locate the data folder on the server and access projects directly?
I am having some difficulties with this. I do have MS SQL Full on my server machine which I would like to utilize as the back-end for DesignSpark Electrical. This is to allow the multi-user environment. However, I am not able to find a way to change the Connection Type from SQLite to a SQL instance on my server. Please advise on how to do this, thank you.
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