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Data Access Page - an introduction

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Hi Everyone

This post will probably create a whole new newsgroup....(or I may be
referred to one - e.g. rec.dummies)

I was wondering if anyone can tell me the answer to a number of related
questions.... When creating an Data Access Page (i.e. a form in HTML
'design') - does it work in the following situations:

a. on your own computer with all the whizbang access software and the
database saved on a local network server
b. on a computer with access runtime only and the database stored on a local
network server
c. on another computer with access but the database and the html pages
stored on a website
d. on another computer without access and the database and the html pages
stored on a website

I am guessing that the answer to a and b <> false (I just learned that this
is better than = true) and that the answer to c and d = false. Having said
that, could someone tell me how to make c and d work?

Once again - greatly appreciated.


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"WindAndWaves" wrote
This post will probably create a whole
new newsgroup....(or I may be
referred to one - e.g. rec.dummies)


microsoft.public.dataaccess.pages at the free news server news.microsoft.com
deals specifically with Data Access Pages. They are suitable only in
"controlled environments" -- users with IE 5.5 or later, and the Office Web
Extensions, somewhat dependent on the version of Access. They are most often
used in intranets. The users only have to have a browser, not Access itself.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
Nov 13 '05 #2

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