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The Access Show: Managing Access Databases with SharePoint

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Steve Greenberg recently gave a great talk (rated in the top 7 of all sessions) at the SharePoint Developers Conference about how Access 2010 and Access Services enable organizations to provide better oversight of Access development. In episode three Steve and Clint walks you through the key points of this hit session.

 

For more information check out the Access 2010 Intro series at the Access team blog.

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  • Mohamed SalehMAS

    Great Session!

  • Sharepoint is a great product for those who can utilize it but what about for those who cannot utilize it or the product is not that needed to implement?

     

    I really think it would be better for Microsoft to give an Option aside from Sharepoint and SQL server. 

     

    This option is what we asked since version 2000:  Access database file size limit - 2 gig upsizing to greater heights compare to MySQL which is free.

     

    1.  Though it is said that we can create multiple database (backend) but it is also recommended to keep all tables in one DB, therefore, sooner or later, it will outgrow the size limit.

     

    2.  Though it is said that there is MS SQL, different users have different knowledge level for different tools.  Since we are users in Access, therefore we are looking this after in Access.

     

    3.  Basically same as I have posted here:   http://channel9.msdn.com/shows/Access/The-Access-Show-Episode-Two/

     

    This will surely satisfy the customers needs and wants.

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