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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Working with the Web

The topic of web databases in Access 2010 is a very broad subject—certainly not a topic we can fully cover in just one chapter. In fact, a large portion of the Access development team at Microsoft worked solely on all the various features of web databases during the Access 2010 development cycle. The process of developing a web application is very much the same as developing a client application—you identify the tasks you want to accomplish with the application, chart the flow of tasks, identify the data elements, organize the data elements, design a user interface for the application, construct the application, and then test and refine the application. We’ve organized this book to closely follow the application building process ...

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