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What are the top 3 updates you'd like to see in Access web apps? We have our own list, but we'd love to see yours--we rely on your feedback to continually improve Access. Complete our short survey or tell us your top 3 wish list items for Access web apps in the comments below.
We have grand plans for the next full release of Access, but in the meantime, we are constantly building and shipping improvements to Access 2013 web apps. Have you tried Cascading Controls yet?
These features are very important for day-to-day use, it will be perfect if you guys can consider that asap:
3. Email preset messages to specified users
Would be pleased to see the following feature released:
Fine granular security permissions on table and field level
eg. grant Read-Only permission on table ORDERS to Sharepoint user ABC
eg. grant Read-Write permission on ORDER_DATE column in table ORDERS to Sharepoint user ZYX
I'd like to see four things, in the following order of preference:
1. The ability to manage the development lifecycle. Perhaps with a way to script changes so we can deploy and rollback changes programmatically), particularly to a SharePoint backend.
2. A full-featured programming language to replace macros (VBA would be nice, but I know you won't do that).
3. The ability to create and manipulate the ribbon at runtime, programmatically.
4. The ability to subclass the ribbon, or the ability to sink its events.
Graham R Seach
Please add Mobile browser support, Apps are currently impossible to use on a mobile browser.
Also, please add MySQL or some other server support, users shouldn't be forced into Sharepoint.
1) SSRS Reporting - please
2) SSRS Reporting - pretty please
3) SSRS Reporting - with sugar on top
A mobile interface would be nice. Also, for desktop users I'd like to be able to have traditional "overlapping windows" instead of the tabbed interface that you guys at Microsoft seem to love so much now. :)
Vlad nailed it ! Couldn't have summed it up any better !
"The value of Access is not to be charming. It is to enable business process SMEs to make manifest their expertise in the form of an application which can be shared with the organization. Its key attraction is that it doesn't require engaging development middlemen who know nothing of the business process and who are in remarkably short supply"
1) Support a REAL S.D.L.C. story! (the lack of this is really inexcusable!)
2) give us the option to edit macros as XML in an external editor or something closer to a traditional text/code-editing UI - the current macro editor UI is simply way too restrictive.
3) a sufficiently granular security API for WEB *AND* Desktop UI experiences is LOOOONG overdue! (note: an API, and not a canned one-size-fits-all security system is the request here.)
This certainly makes sense. As long as the web interface doesn't become the ONLY interface...
I would like the macro builder to include all available macro functionalities (it is very limited on what you can do with web apps). The macro builder fails to deliver in the same manner that VBA does. That's really my only complaint.
The biggest update should be to upgrade the Northwind DB tmplate. The Northwind DB is very thorough except for one VERY important function:
The "Invoices" table never gets any data. It is all $0.00 The update is supposed to be accomplished via a macro but it DOES NOT WORK. This makes the entire Northwind database unusable as a template.
It's very strange that after all these years in existence it has never been corrected.
Has anyone else commented or has anyone corrected this or does anyone have a solution?
1. Ability to update SharePoint lists from Access Web app.
2. Ability to edit Access Web app data from an external source.
3. Web Reporting, increased macro functionality and better documentation.
3. Possibility to change the connectionstring to another database so that you can have a development and production environment
And one more thing: make it possible change the UI according to sharepoint-role: show or dim tables or buttons depending on role.