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Question: How to put access data base onto a web page?
Jun 7 '07 #1
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On Thu, 7 Jun 2007 12:46:30 -0500, "Joe101" <fa**@email.ogwrote:

Copy/paste?
No seriously, that's not possible. You'd have to rewrite the user
interface in some web development tool like Visual Studio or
Dreamweaver, and use the back-end database as the data source.

-Tom.

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Jun 8 '07 #2

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On 7 Giu, 19:46, "Joe101" <f...@email.ogwrote:
Question: How to put access data base onto a web page?
You could use my free tool, that allows to spit the data on a report
which can be renderized as a web page: http://cam70.sta.uniroma1.it/DataTimeUniversal/
it takes only a few seconds.

Let me know in case of problems or doubts. Some explanations are here:
http://cam70.sta.uniroma1.it/DataTimeDocumentation/

enjoy

Tommaso

Jun 8 '07 #3

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Hello Tommaso,

I looked at your webpage. What is being shown in the image at the right of
Reporting (Part 2) Designer Approach? How did you create that report?

Thanks!

Steve

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On 7 Giu, 19:46, "Joe101" <f...@email.ogwrote:
>Question: How to put access data base onto a web page?

You could use my free tool, that allows to spit the data on a report
which can be renderized as a web page:
http://cam70.sta.uniroma1.it/DataTimeUniversal/
it takes only a few seconds.

Let me know in case of problems or doubts. Some explanations are here:
http://cam70.sta.uniroma1.it/DataTimeDocumentation/

enjoy

Tommaso

Jun 8 '07 #4

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On 8 Giu, 22:51, "Steve" <s...@private.emailaddresswrote:
Hello Tommaso,

I looked at your webpage. What is being shown in the image at the right of
Reporting (Part 2) Designer Approach? How did you create that report?

Thanks!

Steve

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On 7 Giu, 19:46, "Joe101" <f...@email.ogwrote:
Question: How to put access data base onto a web page?
You could use my free tool, that allows to spit the data on a report
which can be renderized as a web page:
http://cam70.sta.uniroma1.it/DataTimeUniversal/
it takes only a few seconds.
Let me know in case of problems or doubts. Some explanations are here:
http://cam70.sta.uniroma1.it/DataTimeDocumentation/
enjoy
Tommaso- Nascondi testo tra virgolette -

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Hi Steve,

As I told you, it was created by using DataTime Universal.
It takes only a few seconds to make a bare report (about 7 seconds,
when you know the way).

After you install the program (for Windows), create a connection to
your access file Quick Report >Load Structure select the table >
Query Current Quick Report Select the fields and place then in the
vertical layout window Generate

Then you can add charts, alarms, pictures, text, and so on. You can
export to HTML, PDF.
You will find all these steps in the documentation (Reporting - part1
- "Quick" approach"). The program is however quite large and will take
you a few hours to explore all (It did not take a day to make).

You can also quickly move and transform on the fly (through .NET code)
the data to and from other DBMSes, such as Oracle, Sybase, Mysql, etc.
The program is perhaps a kind of "Business Objects full client", much
simplified and more friendy, in my opinion, closer to the mind of the
people using, exel, access, vs, etc.

You can download the app, as I indicated previously, from here
http://cam70.sta.uniroma1.it/DataTimeUniversal/

The reason why this version is made availbale to everyone is because I
wish to improve it, through the advice of users everywhere.

Therefore I will be looking forward to receiving any kind of
constructive feedback from you and everyone who is curious enough to
give it a try.

Tommaso
Jun 9 '07 #5

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