I was wondering if anyone has seen or run into issues with Access views showing/not showing an Access icon (to designate an Access view)?
I happened to notice a list once that had an icon next to an Access view and was puzzled how this works (and why its not consistent).
Is this a "feature" or is my mind playing tricks on me?
Sorry Mike, wasn't so specific - I've edited this original post to include the following info:
Using SharePoint 2007 Enterprise - created an Access view to a list.
- Edited by bmerrifield19 Wednesday, June 30, 2010 11:25 PM
Please state the relevance to SharePoint and if there is a relevance *which* SharePoint product you are using.
2010 Books: SPF 2010; SPS 2010; SPD 2010; InfoPath 2010; Workflow etc.
2007 Books: WSS 3.0; MOSS 2007; SPD 2007; InfoPath 2007; PerformancePoint; SSRS; Workflow
Both lists also include books in French; German; Spanish with even more languages in the 2007 list.
I assume that you were using SharePoint 2007. Based on my local test, even I create Access view, the Access view doesn’t show an Access icon.
How did you create the Access view? Please tell us the steps.
Could you please upload a screenshot to some online storage such as www.skydrive.com and post a link here?
For more information about Access view in SharePoint, please refer to the following article:
Create Access forms and reports from a SharePoint list
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