So, my understanding is that Sharepoint 2010 Standard does not support database services. You need Enterprise for that. Database services enables something like Access Services to work. Access Services allows you to publish an Access 2010 database to a Sharepoint site. That, in turn, allows you to collect data from users that have access to that Sharepoint site and report on it.
If you DON'T have database services enabled, you can't use Access Services. Or, I assume, any other database.
The question is: Without that feature, is there any way to collect data from multiple users via a webform collected into a dataset that can then be reported on?
My feeling is no. But maybe I'm missing something. Can anyone confirm my beliefs? Or deny them? Thanks.
edit: Context: I'm not a Sharepoint expert (or even remotely knowledgeable of Sharepoint beyond "novice") but I am Office dev, in both Excel and Access. I'm being emphatically told that Sharepoint supports this request and yet I emphatically believe that our installation does not. But as I am not a Sharepoint expert, maybe I am missing something. And no, checking out and checking in an Excel workbook among multiple users is a rejected solution - the request is specifically about an intake form/webform.