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Transfer Access database to Intranet

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Hi there -
I have standalone Access 2000 database (currently on a shared network) that
my bosses would like to run, be editable & dynamic on the Intranet.
I'm wondering what 3 programming languages can be used to do this, (ASP.NET?
SQL Server? etc) and which one is the best.
I have to recommend something to the bosses by tomorrow, and having 3
options is the best way to go.
I've tried to look for the transfer process, but I'm running out of time.
I'd appreciate any advice you can give me.
Thank you!
T

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Nov 13 '05 #1
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"Editable, Dynamic _and_ on the intranet"?!?

On th eintranet means that the data can change, but not much else. If
the "Dynamic" refers to the forms and queries, you are in for quite a
project. Think in terms of _years_ of developemnt work here.

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