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Data Access Page (DAP) viewable from Pocket PC needs IE 5.5 or higher

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I created a simple Data Access Page and it views fine in Internet
Explorer 5.5 on my PC. But when I try to view it on my Pocket PC
running Pocket PC 2002 operating system, I get the error message that
the page needs Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher to display. Does anyone
know if the version of Internet Explorer that comes with Pocket PC 2003
or the latest version of Windows CE supports Data Access Pages?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Does the DAP require xml? Because certain versions of IE for Pocket PC have
an xml-related bug.
Darryl Kerkeslager

<rc*********@yahoo.com> wrote:
I created a simple Data Access Page and it views fine in Internet
Explorer 5.5 on my PC. But when I try to view it on my Pocket PC
running Pocket PC 2002 operating system, I get the error message that
the page needs Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher to display. Does anyone
know if the version of Internet Explorer that comes with Pocket PC 2003
or the latest version of Windows CE supports Data Access Pages?

Nov 13 '05 #2

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No XML, as far as I can tell, it's just Dynamic HTML.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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I just found the blurb below on the Microsoft Mobile website. It
doesn't say anything about DHTML, which is what MS Access Data Access
Pages are made of, so maybe DAP still doesn't work in the latest
version? Anyone know for sure? Anyone have MS Access and Pocket PC
2003 that they can test this on?
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What's New for Developers in Windows Mobile 2003-based Pocket PC.
Updated Browser-Pocket Internet Explorer has now grown into an
honorable member of the Internet browser community with support for
HTML 4.01, CSS, XHTML, WML 2.0 and so on.

Nov 13 '05 #4

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