Hal-hal yang Diubah dan Dihapus pada MS Access 2013

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Diambil dari: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc178954.aspx


What’s changed or removed


The following table contains information about what's changed in Access 2013.



Title Type of Change Description Reason for Change Replacement
Access 2010 web database creation
Fully removing the functionality
Access 2010 introduced Access web databases that allowed you to build web databases and publish them to a SharePoint site. SharePoint visitors could then use your database application in a web browser.
In Access 2013, you can open, design, and publish existing Access 2010 web databases, but you can’t create new Access 2010 web databases.
N/A
In Access 2013, you can create new Access web apps where the data and database objects are stored in SQL Server or a Windows Azure SQL Database so that you can share the data within your organization using on-premises SharePoint 2013, Office 365 Small Business, or Office 365 Enterprise.
Access Data Projects (ADP)
Fully removing the functionality
Removing the ability to open Access Data Project files.
N/A
Access 2013 SQL-based databases will replace much of the benefit of ADPs.
There are three possible mitigations for ADPs:
  • Convert the ADP to an Access App solution.
  • Convert the ADP to a linked Access Desktop Database.
  • Convert the ADP to a full SQL-based solution.
    • Import objects into an ACCDE file and then create linked tables to the existing data by using an earlier version of Access.
Access support of Jet 3.x IISAM
Removing support because the Jet 3.x IISAM driver is no longer available.
An Access 97 user can no longer open an Access 97 database in Access 2013. To upgrade, the user must open the file in Office 2010 or an earlier version, and then open it in Office 2013.
This change affects databases that are linked to Access 97 databases.
N/A
ACCDB is the recommended format for desktop databases.
Open the Access 97 database file in an earlier version of Access and convert it to a later version. Access 2013 supports Access 2000 and later versions through Access 2010.
PivotCharts and PivotTables
PivotCharts and PivotTables are removed
There are no options to create PivotCharts and PivotTables in Access 2013.
Office Web components are no longer supported.
Use enhanced PivotChart and PivotTable capabilities in Excel.
Charts that are not PivotCharts and that use the MSGraph component are still available in Access 2013. Charts that are created by the Chart Wizard component are still supported.
dBASE support removed from Access
Fully removing the functionality
dBASE support is removed so that the user can no longer connect to an external data dBASE database.


Access Data Collection
Fully removing the feature
Cannot create new Data Collection forms.
The data collection feature enabled customers to create data collection forms and send those forms as an e-mail message. When customers returned those e-mail messages, the data was processed and stored in an Access database. Access 2013 cannot create new forms. Access 2013 enables processing data collection forms that are created in earlier versions of Access.
N/A
Access 2003 toolbar and menus
Fully removing the feature
You can no longer create Access 2003 toolbar and menus that display in Access 2013. Access 2003 toolbars and menus are displayed in Access 2007 and Access 2010 without the Ribbon. They will not display in Access 2013 but will appear in the Add-ins tab in Access 2013. Custom Ribbon commands are supported.
Removing legacy feature.
Toolbars display in the Add-ins tab on the Ribbon. Custom Ribbon commands are also supported.
Access Replication Options
Fully removing the feature
When opening a .mdb file in Access 2010 or older, the Replication Options displays in the Ribbon Database Tools tab. This option is removed from Access 2013
Removing legacy feature.
N/A
Access Source Code Control
Fully removing the feature
The Source Code Control add-in lets Microsoft Visual SourceSafe or other source code control systems integrate to allow check-in/check-out of queries, forms, reports, macros, modules, and data. The Developer Source Code Control is not available as an add-in for Access 2013.
Removing legacy feature.
N/A
Access Three-State Workflow
Fully removing the feature
The entry points for workflow are no longer available. In UI Macros the Workflow commands are not available. If you open an existing Access 2010 database that has UI Macros with StartNewWorkFlow or Workflow tasks, Access displays a warning.
Removing legacy feature.
N/A
Access Upsizing Wizard
Fully removing the feature
The Upsizing Wizard lets you scale up Access database tables to a new or existing Microsoft SQL Server database. This feature is removed for Access 2013
Removing legacy feature.
N/A
Access Package Solution Wizard
Fully removing the feature
The Package Solution Wizard enabled you to package an Access desktop database file together with Access Runtime and to distribute the files to others.
Removing legacy feature
Rather than package up a desktop database for distribution to others, the better way to go in Access 2013 is to create an Access app. You can save an Access app as a package to submit to the Office App Marketplace or an internal corporate catalog.
If you do create a desktop database that you decide you want to share with others who may not have a full version of Access 2013 installed, you can give the database to others and have them download the Microsoft Access 2013 Runtime.

2 komentar:

Roronoa Zoro mengatakan...

Makasih ya infonya, kunjungi juga Fitur Office 365 ya :D

Roronoa Zoro mengatakan...

Dan jangan lupa kunjungi Harga Office 365 Business juga yaa :D