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linking Access to website database

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Is it possible to hook up an access database to an on-line database (for
example, for the International Labour Organization Database) for
specific tables so that when the internet database is updated, the
updates are done automatically in the access database also for the
selected tables? How would be the best way to do this?

Thanks, and looking forward to your ideas.

Dave Shapiro
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Nov 13 '05 #1
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Since they seem to sell their databases I doubt they'd allow you to
connect directly to them. Why don't you contact them and ask them what
you just asked this newsgroup?

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david shapiro wrote:
Is it possible to hook up an access database to an on-line database (for
example, for the International Labour Organization Database) for
specific tables so that when the internet database is updated, the
updates are done automatically in the access database also for the
selected tables? How would be the best way to do this?


Nov 13 '05 #2

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