Chapter 27. Building Data Access Pages

As you learned in Chapter 2, Access was originally designed to be the premier desktop database application development tool for Microsoft Windows. As companies have discovered the universal appeal of writing Web-enabled applications, either for the World Wide Web or a local intranet, Microsoft has responded by adding features to Access that make the data you store in an Access application database available to Web pages.

Data access pages, introduced in Access 2000, are just one of the tools you can use to work with your Access data in a Web ...

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