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Microsoft® Access® 2010 In Depth by Roger Jennings

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23. Sharing Web Databases with SharePoint Server 2010

Creating Access forms and reports that run in popular web browsers but emulate the behavior and performance of traditional Access objects running under a Windows operating system is a challenge. Enabling users to display and edit shared Access data in a browser eliminates their need to possess an Office Professional or higher license, or install databases packaged with the free Access runtime version. Running Access in a browser offers a user experience that’s similar to Office Live Workspaces’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint and One Note web applications.

Access 2000 introduced Data Access Pages (DAPs), which were data-bound web pages intended to enable intranet users to browse Access data in Internet ...

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