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Larry Strange and the folks at AccessHosting.com have released a new video showing you how to get started with "hybrid" web databases in Access 2010. A hybrid database leverages the strengths of both web-compatible objects and client-only objects in a single .accdb file, and is a great deployment method for those of you using Access Services (or a hosting service such as AccessHosting.com). Watch to the end to see a nifty trick for setting up new users quickly!
I think hybrid databases are a very good development in the Access world. AccessHosting is nice to work with btw. One question I have for the Access team has to do with public facing websites. I just talked with Larry of AccessHosting about a couple of projects I have coming up which need to have a public facing website aspect which does not require logging in. Sort of like this blog, or amazon, where you can view the content with any browser as an unauthenticated user, and then if you need to do something 'radical' like buy something from the catalog, you'd log in and so forth. Apparently there are issues with anonymous access with this release of Access Services, so I would not be able to take these projects on using Access 2010. Can someone on the Access team comment about the likelyhood of this being resolved in an Office 2010 service pack? Or is it way down the road?