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Has anyone been able to get this to work, please? There are a number of frustrated people on the Office365 forums who are struggling. I gather that the reports bit is not turned on, but I can't even publish my database. Can't find any responses there by anyone from Microsoft either.
Am now in OK. Was using the wrong URL to publish to. If your site is fred.onmicrosoft.com, the site to publish to is http://fred.sharepoint.com or https://fred-my.sharepoint.com (as described by selecting Manage under the Sharepoint Online section on the home page then Manage Site Collections).
Reporting Services isn't enabled, so web reports don't work yet.
@Alan, thanks for reporting the issue and following up. We'll look at the documentation around publishing a database to Office 365 and see if we can make it clearer which URL to use when publishing.
Like Alan, i've been struggling with ofice365 for some time, and did not succeed in publishing my data base inspite the database have been checked by Access2010 and proccess of publishinig completed successfully - where is my Access Service? where can i find some help with this?
@chen, sorry to hear you're having problems publishing to Office 365. Currently, the best source for help is through the Office 365 Community forum. For example, these conversations might be helpful:
Hope this helps!