NPAccess2013_T08_PPT

new perspectives on microsoft access 2013 16 using

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Unformatted text preview: nt.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 16 Using XML • • XP XP XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a programming language that is similar in format to HTML, but is more customizable and is suited to the exchange of data between different programs Unlike HTML, which uses a fixed set of tags to describe the appearance of a web page, developers can customize XML to describe the data it contains and how that data should be structured New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 17 Using XML (Cont.) XP XP Importing Data from an XML File • Access can import data from an XML file directly into a database table New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 18 Using XML (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 XP XP 19 Using XML • (Cont.) XP XP Saving and Running Import Specifications – If you need to repeat the same import procedure many times, you can save the steps for the procedure and expedite future imports by running the saved import steps without using a wizard New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 20 Using XML (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 XP XP 21 Using XML (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 XP XP 22 Using XML (Cont.) XP XP Exporting an Access Table as an XML File New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 23 Using XML (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 XP XP 24 Using XML (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 XP XP 25 Using XML (Cont.) XP XP Saving and Running Export Specifications • Saving the steps to export a table as an XML file will save time and eliminate errors New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 26 Using XML (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access...
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