Chapter 10. Reporting and web applications using Access


This chapter covers
  • Access features and how they can be used with SharePoint
  • Linked and local tables
  • Queries
  • Reports
  • Forms
  • Access Services


In this chapter you’re going to complete a scenario where you’ll capture equipment/hardware requests by clients. I chose this scenario because it’s a common process that you’ll find in IT teams. Even more often I’ve seen hosting providers capture such requests to keep track of their servers. But this process can be used in any other scenario where you need to create a reservation-type system to prevent communal resources from being double booked and to keep individual users from checking out more items than they should. Another example where this ...

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