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> Access Web Apps - End Of The Road
Posted by DougY - Mar-27-17 - 18 replies


Access Web Apps (AWA) is no longer be recommended and soon enough will not be supported by Microsoft.
AWA will be retired from Office 365. If you're using SharePoint Online, you will not be able to create new Access Web Apps starting June 2017. The apps already out there will be shut down by April 2018.

The focus from Microsoft will be on Microsoft PowerApps as the tool to provide solution for both desktop and mobile devices.

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> Access 2016 Supports Bigint
Posted by DougY - Mar-7-17 - 0 replies

The Microsoft Access team announced today that Access 2016 will support Large Number, AKA BigInt data type.


BigInt is the bigger sibling to long -- 64bit version of a Long. The BigInit data type is known as LongLong In the 64bit version of VBA. This addition allows us to link Access frontends to SQL Server tables that have a BigInt data type for the Primary Key field.
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> Completed - UtterAccess Maintenance Saturday February 25th, 1pm - 3pm Utc
Posted by BananaRepublic - Feb-23-17 - 13 replies

UtterAccess will be not available in order to perform some maintenance work on the server.

The blackout will be scheduled 1PM UTC to 3PM UTC though it may be shorter than that. At the end, everything should look the same but hopefully a bit faster.

Completed - see replies for detail or to report a problem.
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