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I have database in access97 and I want make data available to some
workers in company (intranet), I would like to display result from
database and modification some part of them (form or report) on the free
program or browser and next to write data to database.
I looking some programs or some scripts,
please help me.

Which solution do you recommend me?

Nov 12 '05 #1
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The only _free_ Microsoft solution that I know might work is Web Matrix,
which will create ASP.NET pages, and doesn't give you many good "debugging
support" tools. You may be able to do what you want with some free
open-source tools for Windows, but I am not familiar with which have Windows
versions (PHP, Perl, and Python are names you might search), nor how you'd
interface with an Access DB using them.

For-fee solutions would include:

-- Front Page 2002 with the Database Interaction Wizard

-- (classic) .asp pages using vbscript or javascript and
the Activex Data Objects (ADO) to access the DB

-- Visual Studio.NET, using C# or VB.NET to generate
ASP.NET pages and using ADO.NET for Access.

A little searching at the Microsoft site will lead to more detail on these
options.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
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I have database in access97 and I want make data available to some
workers in company (intranet), I would like to display result from
database and modification some part of them (form or report) on the free
program or browser and next to write data to database.
I looking some programs or some scripts,
please help me.

Which solution do you recommend me?

Nov 12 '05 #2

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