Ryan McMinn's Access Junkie has 70+ tips for Access 2010 post of 7/21/2010 reports:
Jeff Conrad, our resident "Access Junkie" on the test team, has updated his website to include lots of information concerning Access 2010 and Access Services. He has added new MSDN article links, Access blog links, Access online forum links, and a new Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page on Access 2010.
You can find Jeff's website at the following location: http://www.AccessJunkie.com
Jeff's new Access 2010 FAQ page has answers to over 70 common questions concerning Access 2010. Many of these FAQ pages include screenshots and helpful tips to help guide you through issues you might be encountering with Access 2010 and Access Services.
You can find Jeff's new FAQ page on Access 2010 topics at the following location: http://www.AccessJunkie.com/faq2010.aspx.
Ryan's The Access Show: Developing Access 2010 Hybrid Apps with Dick Moffat post of 7/20/2010 includes an embedded video clip:
Dick Moffat is a professional Access developer who has been using Access 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 to build databases that run on Windows but live in SharePoint. We have a chat about how you can leverage your existing Access skills and bring your current databases into SharePoint to make sharing databases and working with users in remote locations fast & easy.
If you are building something cool with Access/Access Services we would love to feature you on The Access Show.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Monday, July 19, 2010
Ryan McMinn's Northwind 2010 Web Database is now available post of 7/19/2010 provides additional details about this new template:
We're excited to announce that a longstanding Access tradition continues. A new version of the Northwind sample database has just been released. The best way to get to the template is to start up Access 2010, under Office.com Templates, click on Sample Templates, and then click on Northwind Web Database.
You can also get the template here: Northwind Web Database.
As before, Northwind shows you what an Inventory/Orders system might look like for a mail order dry goods company. For this version, we brought forward all the functionality introduced in the 2007 release, while transitioning Northwind to a web database.
Monday, July 5, 2010
QUE Publishing posted my "Microsoft Access 2010 and SharePoint 2010: A Match Made in Redmond" article on 7/5/2010. Here's their blurb:
Roger Jennings describes Microsoft Access 2010's latest SharePoint 2010-based Web database features. You can run SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Edition's Access Services on-premises or take advantage of online hosting by Microsoft and its partners. Roger describes Microsoft Access 2010's latest SharePoint 2010-based Web database features. You can run SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Edition's Access Services on-premises or take advantage of online hosting by Microsoft and its partners.
- Quick Overview of Microsoft Access 2010
- The Many Faces of SharePoint 2010
- The Bottom Line for Web Databases