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Resources for Publishing Access Database to MOSS 2007

Posted on 2010-11-15
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I have an Access 2007 database which I set up because a standard list on my MOSS 2007 site is not flexible enough to create complex relationships. Here's my problem. The database looks lovely, but I am having a hard time figuring out how to publish it to SharePoint. I mean I picked publish and pushed the tables from Access to the site, but what I am really look for is some resources I can read which will give me the details about the implications of tying an Access 2007 database to a MOSS 2007 site. I have a bunch of books, but none of them goes into enough hardcore detail. Does anyone out there know of a real reference on the subject? I would really appreciate a link or a book title or something. I'm dying here. :)
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Just wondering if you are aware of the many new features in A2010 and Sharepoint 2010 ... that might improve the situation ?

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Yes I am aware but unfortunately, my company is locked in on the 2007 versions with no formal plans to go to 2010. Sigh...
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Sorry ... I don't have the answer for you ...

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Guess I will pass this along anyway:

Access 2010 Resources:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/gg406142.aspx

Maybe you can .., 'unlock' the thinking :-)

mx
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Unfortunately, it is a very big company and the decision is way out of my hands. I have to make due with the tools I have.
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I agree with myself. :)
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There is no real solution and I didnt know how to close my question.
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