Unfortunately, as of Access 2019, Access Web Apps have been discontinued. From the March 2017 announcement from Microsoft:
“We no longer recommend Access Services for new apps. This feature will be retired from Office 365. We will stop creation of new Access-based apps in SharePoint Online starting June 2017 and shut down any remaining apps by April 2018.”
When I attempted to upload my existing tables into SharePoint, I got a number of errors (
This time, I want to take a look at the tables in SharePoint itself. It's not really necessary. You can and should do everything you need to do in Access. However, viewing your application in SharePoint can be instructive.
Go to File > Info:
If you want to delete the application, under Settings, click the Delete This Site link. You won't do this often with a production database, of course, but if you're experimenting, you might need to do this. In the course this series, I did it quite a lot.
I can look at my table properties as well. Navigate to your lists/table by going to a URL like so:
You should see your table/list in datasheet view. Click the List Settings button on the List tab of the SharePoint Ribbon.
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