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Right, I basically want to develop some desktop-based software in c# .net that will execute simple queries on an sql database. I currently deal with this problem in my job, but it's all web-based, and I wasn't responsible for setting up the database and data context - so as you can imagine I'm a bit of an amateur with this sort of stuff.

My question is:

- I need to develop this basic software for an office that has 3 computers - is it possible to host an SQL database on one of these computers and distribute the software over a network (in any way needed, 3 seperate installations or whatever)?

The idea is a really simple stock management program so each computer must be able to access the same database at any point.

Thanks a LOT in advance,

Dan

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Yep, it's very easy to do so. As you said, you'll just have to install the software on any computer that needs to access the database.

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Sql server should be installed on only one system and all others systems should be attached with it and have access to the database

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