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Decided: Access, SharePoint, or ASP?
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7/12/2012 3:09:13 PM

Based on the poll results, and the MOUNTAINS of feedback I've received (which I really loved!) I've made a decision on the Seminar. I'm going to go with a web-based database using Access on the back-end and ASP as the front-end. The final results were 65% in favor of ASP and 18% with Sharepoint - and over a THOUSAND of you voted. Thanks! I really appreciate your feedback.

Watch the video below for my super-long-winded, drawn-out explanation of how I made this decision, and what some of the differences between ASP and SharePoint are...

ASP still preferred Link 
Gioia H - 3/3/2018
Hi Alex thanks for replying! Yes the computer is attached to an external monitor and it has office 365 and has Internet explore however can t connect outside or Internet network .  It s an IT security issue they locked it down Read More...
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ASP still preferred Link 
Gioia H - 2/21/2018
I'm wondering if you have any recent thoughts on this? I'm looking to publish some pages internally that link/get their information from our access database. Then i want to run my custom page on a TV Monitor. The data will only be displayed. What would you recommend in 2018? Read More...
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Decided Access SharePoint or ASP Link 
Karen Jones - 8/27/2015
Our firm is planning on utilizing SharePoint, so am interested in information re its use
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Sharepoint Link 
Andrea - 7/30/2013
I see a lot of jobs requireing Sharepoint and I don't know how to use it.  I please create a web sight for this program.  Thanks

Reply from Richard Rost:

Yes, this is high on the WAITING LIST. I hope to get to it soon. You can vote for it HERE. The more votes, the sooner it's developed. Read More...
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Decided Access SharePoint or ASP Link 
Francois M - 8/29/2012
Hi Rick, when do you think this seminar will be available, I am, busy with a Project tracking and evaluation system. As projects are entered via the web , it must be aproved thn allocated to the database. Email notifcations is important etc. I must now decide ifwe are going to use sharepoint or just develop ASP pages. I am really looking forward to this seminar to help me with ideas and to decide what would be the best route of development. The plan is a role out to 54 municipalities via web for project registration and entrie and then 10 people via Access Front-end with dash board to evaluate project progress , budget allocation etc. I really enjoyed your couses and larned a lot. Thx Francois Marais Read More...
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