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Creating HTML Pages from Access 2000

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Hi:

I need to create some operational HTML pages (for data capture), which will create data on
a database on a server. I will then download the entered data and use it in a system
locally. These are time sheets that will be filled in by a traveling band of consultants!

My problem is that I want to use Access as the basic tool, and check the data on line
against some files that I will up load to the server. The problem is that I can find no
way to create HTML pages from Access. Access 97 had such a feature, but for reasons that I
don't understand it appears to have been removed in 2000 and up.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Best

John Baker
Nov 13 '05 #1
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HJ
I suppose the consultants will be entering the data via the internet? Then
I'd go for Active Server Pages.

HJ

"John Baker" <Ba******@Verizon.net> wrote in message
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Hi:

I need to create some operational HTML pages (for data capture), which will create data on a database on a server. I will then download the entered data and use it in a system locally. These are time sheets that will be filled in by a traveling band of consultants!
My problem is that I want to use Access as the basic tool, and check the data on line against some files that I will up load to the server. The problem is that I can find no way to create HTML pages from Access. Access 97 had such a feature, but for reasons that I don't understand it appears to have been removed in 2000 and up.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Best

John Baker

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Thank you, that's helpful.

The next logical question is how do I create "Active Server Pages" using Access?

Best

John
"HJ" <hj********@spamhotmail.com> wrote:
I suppose the consultants will be entering the data via the internet? Then
I'd go for Active Server Pages.

HJ

"John Baker" <Ba******@Verizon.net> wrote in message
news:ur********************************@4ax.com.. .
Hi:

I need to create some operational HTML pages (for data capture), which

will create data on
a database on a server. I will then download the entered data and use it

in a system
locally. These are time sheets that will be filled in by a traveling band

of consultants!

My problem is that I want to use Access as the basic tool, and check the

data on line
against some files that I will up load to the server. The problem is that

I can find no
way to create HTML pages from Access. Access 97 had such a feature, but

for reasons that I
don't understand it appears to have been removed in 2000 and up.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Best

John Baker


Nov 13 '05 #3

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On Sun, 15 Aug 2004 14:48:00 GMT, John Baker <Ba******@Verizon.net>
wrote:
Thank you, that's helpful.

The next logical question is how do I create "Active Server Pages" using Access?
You don't. ASP is an IIS technology unrelated to Access. There is some
information here ...

http://www.w3schools.com/asp/default.asp
http://www.15seconds.com/
http://www.asptoday.com/
http://aspalliance.com/
http://www.learnasp.com/learn/

You might hear that you can use Access with ASP, but actually they
mean the Jet database engine which can be used along with many other
dbs.

- Jim

Best

John
"HJ" <hj********@spamhotmail.com> wrote:
I suppose the consultants will be entering the data via the internet? Then
I'd go for Active Server Pages.

HJ

"John Baker" <Ba******@Verizon.net> wrote in message
news:ur********************************@4ax.com. ..
Hi:

I need to create some operational HTML pages (for data capture), which

will create data on
a database on a server. I will then download the entered data and use it

in a system
locally. These are time sheets that will be filled in by a traveling band

of consultants!

My problem is that I want to use Access as the basic tool, and check the

data on line
against some files that I will up load to the server. The problem is that

I can find no
way to create HTML pages from Access. Access 97 had such a feature, but

for reasons that I
don't understand it appears to have been removed in 2000 and up.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Best

John Baker


Nov 13 '05 #4

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