SharePoint-Videos offers a set of video tutorials for SharePoint Access services training. Our intended audience for this set of tutorial videos are SharePoint and/or Access administrators, developers and architects. Our approach is to emphasize codeless development options, which we think will appeal most to citizen developers who need to implement SharePoint Access Services. Further, this codeless approach provides the most economical method that we know of to provide required systems development without reliance on specialized software coding.
Our tutorial set is authored by Bruce Herz. The set includes a technical introduction to SharePoint Access Services that emphasizes how Access 2010 Services can be used with SharePoint Server 2010 to create a SharePoint sub site for an access database. Access Services provides a highly useful feature to support browser based management of Access 2010 databases. In addition, as Bruce points out in his introduction to the topic, end users can perform database operations from web browsers, leveraging the security features offered by SharePoint Server 2010, Enterprise edition.
When one considers the various conversions automatically processed by Access Services for SharePoint, one gains an excellent view of some to the cost savings to be realized by utilizing this tool. Consider that Access Services will transparently convert Access 2010:
- Tables to SharePoint Lists
- Forms to aspx web pages
- Macros to SharePoint Workflows
- RDL format and displayed using SQL Reporting Services and
As is the case for our entire set of video tutorials for SharePoint, our approach is light on product abstraction and heavy on the specific technical procedures required to perform key operations with Access Services. The specific operations presented by Bruce Herz in this set include all the computer procedures required to create and modify Access 2010 database tables, building and using macros, and several methods of creating database forms. In short, this set of tutorials cover all of the essential operations, thereby empowering users to derive optimum benefit from Access 2010 Services for SharePoint.
Once personnel are provided with the type of training content that we offer via our tutorial video set on Access Services an opportunity is created to improve the capabilities of specific staff members without recourse to new hiring. Further, the training cost that may otherwise be necessitated should an in-person training class be considered as a method of delivering the same objective of internal staff improvement would be far greater than is the case for accessing our video training set. Finally, on-demand access and limitless viewing, as required, round out a powerful feature set for this type of tutorial video training.
We would be happy to discuss our tutorial video set on Access 2010 Services for SharePoint directly with you. Please either call us at (630) 786-7026, or Contact Us. We will be happy to discuss this topic at greater length.
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