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Adding data to Access database from html

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Hi,
I have an Assess Database developed in Office 2007. Now, I would like to share forms(data entry form) with entry clerks using other computers to input data while I monitor their entries into my access tables. I have tried to put the access database on the network for entry clerks to enter data, but it is not working. I have developed some HTML forms, and would like a code in ASP to perfom the logic and get the data entered into the html forms to my access database.
I will appreciate any assistance on this.
Thanks,
Jun 19 '13 #1
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Split your database.
Keep the Back_End on the faster computer from the network.
Distribute the Front_End to the users and refresh links.
No other requests, no need for HTML forms, ASP or other things.

The Access help files will teach you all you need about splitting a database.

Cheers !
Jun 22 '13 #2

P: 68
Interesting! I will look it up. Thanks
Jun 24 '13 #3

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