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Create file on web site using CGI from Access 97 VBA

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I have used the excellent FTP module from AccessWeb to allow users of
my freeware Access package to upload a small file of error messages
and configuration details onto my web site. This is obviously not
very secure as I have to put my FTP userid/pw into the code. I would
prefer to use an http "post" and a CGI script to send the data
in-stream or as a file and store on the web site. Is there a sample
CGI script and use of the AccessWeb HTTP module available anywhere
that might help me?

Thanks,
GG
Nov 13 '05 #1
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On 2 Sep 2004 14:06:36 -0700, gg@cubes.f9.co.uk (Mark Cubitt) wrote:

I don't know, but this may help: Study the XMLHTTP object. It allows
you to send data to an ASP page, which can then save it to a file or a
database.

-Tom.

I have used the excellent FTP module from AccessWeb to allow users of
my freeware Access package to upload a small file of error messages
and configuration details onto my web site. This is obviously not
very secure as I have to put my FTP userid/pw into the code. I would
prefer to use an http "post" and a CGI script to send the data
in-stream or as a file and store on the web site. Is there a sample
CGI script and use of the AccessWeb HTTP module available anywhere
that might help me?

Thanks,
GG


Nov 13 '05 #2

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