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GroverParkGeorge
post May 9 2017, 12:07 PM
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As you probably know by now, Access Web Services (i.e. Access Web Apps) will be removed from Office 365 in April, 2018.

On-premises SharePoint sites will continue to support AWAs through the next cycle, but will also drop support for Access Web Services in the next after that.

In other words, for SharePoint 2016 and the next version after that, AWS will be supported. After that, the current road map indicates support for AWS will be ended.

If you have questions regarding the transition from existing AWAs to alternative solutions, please continue to use this forum. Otherwise, you should begin replacing your AWAs in a timely fashion.
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RobKoelmans
post May 10 2017, 05:45 AM
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Hi George,
Why deprecate when AWA is still in SharePoint 2016 AND in the version after? We're talking about at least 10 years of one of the most important parts of MS-Access.
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Rob
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GroverParkGeorge
post May 10 2017, 07:09 AM
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For Office 365, the ability to create new AWAs will be diasabled next month. They will be removed in April of 2018.

For on-premises SharePoint sites, the story is different, as you indicate.

I corrected the original post accordingly.
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RobKoelmans
post May 11 2017, 06:38 AM
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Thanks George, but why rename this forum name to deprecated while it remains relevant for 10 or more years? This forum was never about Office 365, was it?
Rob.
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GroverParkGeorge
post May 11 2017, 06:40 AM
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Good point. I'll bring it up in the Admin group.
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RobKoelmans
post Jun 15 2017, 03:05 AM
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Hi George,
Did you get a chance to bring this up yet?
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Rob
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rikardojsf
post Jul 20 2017, 12:27 PM
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hi there,

I'm very lost to know where to go as a 365 access webapp user. I've made a relation database on a Access Webapp, and now, don't know where to go, PowerApss to limited, sharepoint, several problems when relate data occurs etc...

Do you guys know what can I do? I'm not a developer...

Regards
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RobKoelmans
post Jul 21 2017, 03:29 AM
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Hi Rikardo,
We deploy Access Web Apps for three customers and ourselves already. You can test run to a max of three months without being charged if your interested.
We can also set up a server environment for you in which you can deploy your apps yourselves (and have that maintained by us if desired).
Kind regards,
Rob Koelmans
MetaMicro Automatisering B.V.
Netherlands.
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RobKoelmans
post Apr 17 2018, 06:50 AM
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Hi George,
Since it is April 2018 now, is it a suggestion to rename this forum again? If you agree, I'd suggest: 'Access Web Apps On premises SharePoint'
or 'MS-Access Web Apps SharePoint 2016 On Premises' or whatever you think is better English and explains best.
Kind regards,
Rob
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zaxbat
post Apr 17 2018, 09:01 AM
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I have done a lot of access work but never moved any of the apps into the WEB environment....they are all stand alone or simply networked on LAN. But now I have an app that needs to be available across the internet and I am waiting so I don't get caught up in this changeover. Is it possible to go ahead and put it online with the new thing....is it sharepoint????
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RobKoelmans
post Apr 17 2018, 06:03 PM
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Yes, it's a macro instruction set derived from access desktop macros. It's a webservice that's deployed within Sharepoint.
Kind regards,Rob
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