Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Create an Access web app, part of SharePoint 2016: Managing Large Lists.
- [Narrator] Speaking of Access,…there is one more possibility.…And it's important if you have a large dataset…that you could put in SharePoint but you wonder…Should I really do that?…Is there a better way to handle it?…You can create a custom web app.…It doesn't say custom web app for SharePoint,…but it sure should, because this is exactly…what custom web apps are designed for.…When I create a custom web app, it does not store the data…in a SharePoint list, although I'm going to use…SharePoint to view the data, to view the web app.…
Where this data's stored is in SQL server.…What does that mean for you and I?…What that means is, forget the list view threshold,…because now I'm working outside of SharePoint for my data…retrieval, and my data viewing, both.…So if I wanted to create an app, I could create an app,…for example, for inventory.…And I can create an app that other folks can use.…I'm going to place it in KinetEco.…Notice, you can also do this on an Office 365 site.…
Click Create.…And I'm actually creating a SharePoint app using Access…
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