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

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Using the Web Compatibility Checker

Access Services does not support all the data types, relationships, properties, controls, objects, and events that the Access rich client supports. When you create a web database from scratch or use a web template, all the design surfaces you see in Access are designed to show you only the elements that are compatible with the server. Microsoft created these design surfaces for web databases in an attempt to keep Access developers from creating controls, objects, etc. that are not web-legal. It is still possible, however, to create elements in a web database that are not web-legal. If you create an element that is not web-legal and publish it to the server, Access Services does not understand what to do with ...

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