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Is there any technology out there that will let me "publish" my Access
app, so that a user using their web browser can open my application
and run it from within the browser? something like what a citrix can
do, but i don't want to get involed in CAL's and so forth

and if not, what tool would i use to create the most robust forms
(that work w/ a SQL db) for a web page...asp.net?

thanks,
Paul
Nov 13 '05 #1
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PaulMac wrote:
Is there any technology out there that will let me "publish" my Access
app, so that a user using their web browser can open my application
and run it from within the browser? something like what a citrix can
do, but i don't want to get involed in CAL's and so forth
Only Terminal Services, which you need to license.
and if not, what tool would i use to create the most robust forms
(that work w/ a SQL db) for a web page...asp.net?


ASP.NET or ASP 3.0

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Nov 13 '05 #2

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On 25 Aug 2004 11:56:02 -0700, pa********@hotmail.com (PaulMac) wrote:

Yes.
There are browser-based and application-based Terminal Server
solutions. Depends a bit on what OS you and the server are using. That
is a Citrix-like solution though. Typically not suitable for high
numbers of concurrent users.

Understanding MSFT's licensing is a black art. They pretend to tell
you all about it on their website.

For new web applications, the default tool is ASP.NET. You don't
provide enough information to tell if that's not appropriate this
time.

-Tom.

Is there any technology out there that will let me "publish" my Access
app, so that a user using their web browser can open my application
and run it from within the browser? something like what a citrix can
do, but i don't want to get involed in CAL's and so forth

and if not, what tool would i use to create the most robust forms
(that work w/ a SQL db) for a web page...asp.net?

thanks,
Paul


Nov 13 '05 #3

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