IN THIS CHAPTER
Probably one of the most new exciting and powerful features in Access 2000—and one of the most confusing—were Data Access Pages (DAPs). Data Access Pages are Microsoft’s closest attempt yet at melding Access with the Web. DAPs are HTML documents that you create through Access by using Jet or SQL Server for the data source.
You will see the terms Data Access Page, DAP, data page, and page used for the same item throughout this chapter.
DAPs can be used
From within Access, mixed with ...