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Chapter 13. Publishing Your Access Database > Introduction to Data Access Pages

Introduction to Data Access Pages

A Data Access Page is a Web page stored outside of Access that the user can open with a Web browser or update in Access because it has a connection to a database. For forms and reports, this file is saved in an XML-based language called ReportML, which provides presentation data as well as a data model for creating a Data Access Page.

Web pages can be static or dynamic. A static Web page reflects only the original state of the Access database from which it was created. In other words, no subsequent changes are reflected on the page. In contrast, a dynamic Web page is automatically updated every time the Web page is viewed. This means that the current state of the database is reflected each time you view the page.


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