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Best Practices for migrating an Access Database to SharePoint 2013 Online: Part Two

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Have a legacy Access database, small but well formed.  The database manages information for a project with a short finite life cycle (oil & gas pipeline projects, one to three years and done.)

Want to use SharePoint 2013 Online (we're enterprise version) particularly for data entry.  Best outcome is that we use a split design, where access tables are in SharePoint.

Best way to form the question is:  What is best practice direction to tackle the task at hand of migrating the database and developing rich SharePoint forms to do data entry and manage data views?
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