File Extension DAP
File extension DAP is associated with a Microsoft Access Data Access Page (DAP). DAP files are used to display data from a Microsoft Access database within a web page, which can then be uploaded and viewed on the web via a browser. Though less common, the DAP file extension is also used to denote a Download Accelerator Plus partial file fragment. These are created when a file is downloaded from the Internet using the application and can be used to resume incomplete downloads. The DAP file extension has also been used by Omnis5, though these files are rare.
DAP files can be created using Microsoft Access 2000 or later, which offers a wizard that can be used to build custom data access pages by specifying the data source, fields to be displayed as well as the sort order of data items and any appropriate headings. These DAP files can be exported and viewed using a web browser, or can be sent via E-Mail, and are often used to share live reports which allow recipients to view data without the need for Microsoft Access provided the original data source can be accessed by the web page.
SpeedBit Download Accelerator Plus DAP files are fragments of incomplete downloads. These are generated when a user downloads a file from the Internet, and allow the download to be resumed should it be interrupted.
DAP files relating to Microsoft Access can be opened using an appropriate version of the software which will allow the user to modify the design or content of the page, or export it as File extension HTML for distribution. DAP files which relate to fragments of downloaded files can only be opened using SpeedBit Download Accelerator Plus, which will allow interrupted downloads to be resumed as long as the source of the file still exists.
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