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Importing Tables from Access
You can create new data tables by importing an Access database into your web application. Each table in the Access database will become a data table in your web application, and any lookups in the original data base will be preserved in your DataWeb application. To import tables from an Access database, on the Web Directory tab select the folder into which you want to import. Click the New button, and select Create New Data Table.

Alternatively, you can select the File dropdown menu in the DataWeb Designer, and select New Data Table.

For more information on importing data from Access, see Importing an Access Database.

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