By Gavin Powell
* Supported by way of all significant database platforms, XML offers a simple, standardized approach to shifting information among databases and to and from the net, self sustaining of the software program in use* bargains database programmers and data-driven net builders targeted information on how you can comprehend and paintings with XML as information* various hands-on, step by step examples support readers learn how to simplify database paintings utilizing XML* exhibits tips on how to use XML to switch facts among a number of databases both internally or with exterior consumers and companions* Covers XML in well known databases together with Oracle Database, SQL Server, and short insurance of DB2 Database* Covers simple syntax for XML, the XML DOM, and XSL – with an emphasis on database use, and local XML databases* extra subject matters coated comprise local XML databases, XPath, XQuery, XLink, XPointer, DTDs, XML Schemas, between others
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They include Kyle Looper and Pat O’Brien. I’d also like to thank the many people who provided me with the wonderful Access tools and add-ons so that I could give you an idea about how you can get even more from Access. Please do check out the Web sites I list for these great products — you owe it to yourself to see how much more productive you can be. We can’t work without a functioning computer, so special thanks go out to Allison Wagda at ZoneLabs for providing ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite.
Even if some of these form features seem a little bit beyond your interests or immediate needs right now, don’t worry — you’ll find out about all of them and get many more great ideas in the chapters that follow. Entering data with the Form Wizard Using a form to enter data into an Access database is much easier than entering data directly into a table in Datasheet view. Figure 1-2 shows a simple form you might create with the Form Wizard in Access. In this case, the form is not optimized in any way — it appears the way the wizard created it.
Turn existing paper forms into electronic ones that you can use to enter data into an Access database without having to learn a whole new way of working. Share Access reports with someone who doesn’t have Access installed on his or her PC. Send Access data to a PowerPoint slideshow. I’m certain that at least one of these possibilities has you interested. I’m sure you’ll find Chapter 20 to be very useful. Chapter 2 Getting Started with Queries In This Chapter Knowing the different query types Using the Query Wizard Using Design View Modifying queries Understatement alert: Queries are important facets of forms and reports.