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basic Access - SharePoint questions

basic Access - SharePoint questions

basic Access - SharePoint questions

Can an Access database stored in a library on a SharePoint site be multiuser?
Is there a limit on the number of records that the database can hold on SharePoint?
What does Publishing do? Our site does not have Access services enabled...they won't let us do anything.

I really would like to build an access database that instead of being located on a network location is stored on a SP site
so people all over could use it.


RE: basic Access - SharePoint questions

Roger Carlson posted a blog about Access in SharePoint that might get you started. This technology would definitely be multi-user.

If your site doesn't have Access Services enabled then none of this will work. You can push tables to SharePoint and link them back into Access to allow editing.

Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP

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