Access: Using IsClient() expression to conditionally run VBA from Web forms

“The IsClient() expression allows you to conditionally branch your logic depending on whether form running inside Access or the browser. In this way you can’ve one button that runs a different macro based on context it’s called from.” In this screencast, Kerry Westphal explains how to use IsClient() expression to branch your logic depending on […]

“The IsClient() expression allows you to conditionally branch your logic depending on whether form running inside Access or the browser. In this way you can’ve one button that runs a different macro based on context it’s called from.” In this screencast, Kerry Westphal explains how to use IsClient() expression to branch your logic depending on whether the form’s running in the client or on Web. In this way, Web forms can take advantage of client richness, while also bringing same form to the browser. She walks through an example of how to use the expression to run client macro SaveAsOutlookContact from a Web form:

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