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Pro Office 365 Development by Michael Mayberry, Mark J. Collins

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C H A P T E R  15

Creating a Web Database

In this chapter you’ll create a web database using Access 2010, which will be published to SharePoint Online in your Office 365 platform. This database implements a simple job tracking application that allows you to create, estimate, and track customer jobs. This will be used by the Exchange and Lync applications that you will build in the next chapter.

In Chapter 6, I explained how to create a SharePoint site by publishing a special type of Access database. This is probably the easiest way to create a form-based SharePoint site. In this chapter you will employ the same basic concepts and techniques that you learned in Chapter 6. You will create a fully working web site with numerous tables (lists) ...

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