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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: deploy MS access applications

    Hi Friends,
    I like to start to create database application as a web page by ms access. Did the ms access able to do it without using ASP, PHP etc.......
    and deploy MS access applications over an intranet without using ASP, PHP etc.....

    thanks

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    SAMI2 my friend. I don't really understand the question. Are you trying to avoid ASP and PHP and create a web front-end somehow. It's out of my realm of expertise but what is your current game plan?
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    Hi pkstormy

    due to Iam not yet bigining to create website. yes I ask about trying to avoid ASP and PHP and create a web front-end by ms access only.



    I like to do database forms like the following site:

    http://www.lernen.sprachdirekt.de/englisch-test/
    http://www.english-test.net/toeic/vo...toeic-test.php
    http://www.er.uqam.ca/nobel/r21270/levels/1ka.html

    what the pest and simple programing to use for that.
    and
    the important question! if ms access able to do it without using ASP, PHP etc......to use ms access only.

    thanks

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    You could have a look at Data Access Pages (DAP).
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    If you are using 2007 Edition dont look after DAP, it doesnt support it at all, Share Point is provided in 2007, Someone tell me what was wrong with DAP that Microsoft put it away and brought up something else??!!
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    DAP is OK, however you still need a licence on every client workstation to run the DAP, and as ARAN1 points out DAP's are not supported for development in 2007.. I thik you can still develop DAP's in previous versions, but you will not if you switch to 2007

    So that is something you have to consider. It may make more sense to deploy the application as an MDE through Runtime
    I'd rather be riding on the Tiger 800 or the Norton

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    Isn't 2007 a fantastic upgrade?


    /sarcasm
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    I don't know, I never use share point but I like to check it out and see what microsoft has cooked up?
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    Revenue. ^^
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    <<Never Walk on the Traveled Path, Because it only Leads you to where the Others have been.>>
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    Thanks for everyone sharing to this thread.

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