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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Chapter 23. Using Business Connectivity Services

As you’ve learned in previous chapters, Microsoft Access 2010 can connect to a wide variety of data sources such as Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft SQL Server. Web services are quickly becoming one of the most common ways to expose and use data in all types of applications. In Access 2010, you can now create a Data Service linked table to a Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)–based web service. When you create a Data Service linked table in Access, you can view the data returned from the web service and use expressions to make ...

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