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Publishing Access Data on the Web

The report we were going to create together in this tutorial is known as a static HTML page.


The report we're going to create together in this tutorial is known as a static HTML page -- a web page that doesn't change. If the information in your database changes and you want those changes to be reflected on your web page, you'll need to repeat this process. Microsoft Access can also create two other types of web pages: server-generated HTML and data access pages. Server-generated HTML removes the middleman -- web users will automatically see the most recent data contained in the database. Data access pages take the interactivity a step further and allow web users to work with the information in your database. We'll explore both of these concepts in the coming weeks.

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