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Pro Access 2010 Development by Mark Collins

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Chapter 15. Publishing to the Web

In Chapter 13, I showed you three ways to upsize your Access application by moving the data to a shared repository. This allowed you to distribute the front-end application to multiple clients. It enabled you to support far more clients than with a single database solution. In this chapter, I'll show you a fourth way to upsize your application by moving the data to SharePoint. You can also move portions of the application to SharePoint as well, giving you a browser-based solution.

Access 2010 provides a facility to publish your Access database to a SharePoint site. This can be used to implement a web application with very little effort. Conceptually, this works much the same way as the other solutions you used ...

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