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    Access 2007 (Win XP)

    Does anyone know if Access 2007 will include Data Access Pages?

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    Re: Access 2007 (Win XP)

    From Changes in Access 2007:
    <hr><big>Data Access Pages (DAPs)</big>

    Description: Microsoft Office Access 2007 no longer supports designing or opening Data Access Pages (DAPs). You can only use Internet Explorer to open DAPs.

    Reason for change: DAPs are built on ActiveX technology, and they are not always easy to extend. This change provides a cleaner user interface.<hr>

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    Re: Access 2007 (Win XP)

    From Death of an old friend -- Data Access Pages:
    Access 2007 users can continue to run data access pages but we will not supporting creating new ones or making design changes. You would need to use Access 2003 for those activities. If you are using WSS lists the new SharePoint Designer and the native WSS authoring experience is the likely replacement for thin apps.

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    Re: Access 2007 (Win XP)

    Thank you and Hans for the comments. By the way, what is WSS?

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    Re: Access 2007 (Win XP)

    WSS = Windows Sharepoint Services. See for example Windows SharePoint Services in Windows Server 2003.

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