Remote Data Files

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Synchronization

When you use the remote connection wizard to upload a data file, the plugin creates a database table for you. Data files usually change over time. You can synchronize the content of your data file and your database table in two ways: Manual synchronization Automatic...

MS Access

Your Microsoft Access database files are cached on our server. It is not possible to remote connect. Although you can make your MS Access table editable, you will not be able to write changes back to your remote database file.Each remote table needs its own remote...

Public URL

To give our server access to your data file, your file needs to be available from a public URL. It does not matter how you provide access to your data file, as long as the link returns the content of your data file only. When you share a file on Dropbox, OneDrive,...

XML files

XML files are supported, but require a very specific format: dataset > row > columns. Please scroll down for a valid XML sample.To use the remote connection wizard, you first have to enable our premium data service on your WordPress server.PREPARATIONMake sure...

JSON files

JSON is a very simple lightweight format. Despite its simplicity, JSON can handle structures that cannot be represented in one single database table. At this stage, you can select only one single JSON node which must contain an array of objects (rows). The elements of...

CSV files

This feature is great for WordPress users who prefer to manage their tables with a spreadsheet program and publish them as professional responsive tables supporting several filter methods, sorting, styling and export formats. WP Data Access loads your CSV file into a...

Remote data files

The easiest way to publish a table in WordPress everPREPARATION Make your data file available from a public URL (read more…) CREATION Open the Data Explorer Click the Connect icon to open the remote connection wizard Select the Connection type (CSV file, JSON file, or...