Microsoft Access onto a webpage

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I have a very large database made in Microsoft Access.  I was wanting to put my database on dreamweaver.  I have quite a few other programs with Adobe that I can use. I do NOT want to use Acrobat because I want an interactive database available on the internet.  I was also curious if there is a way to make it so the person viewing the database does not have to have Access installed as a program.

Any help would be GREATLY appritiated!!!!!

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One way is to start at the Microsoft link I provided and enter odbc

http://search.microsoft.com/Results.aspx?qsc0=0&q=odbc&mkt=en-US&FORM=QBMH1&l=1

PS - This is STILL not the place to talk about software, only about the forum itself

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Microsoft Access onto a webpage

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I have a very large database made in Microsoft Access.  I was wanting to put my database on dreamweaver.  I have quite a few other programs with Adobe that I can use. I do NOT want to use Acrobat because I want an interactive database available on the internet.  I was also curious if there is a way to make it so the person viewing the database does not have to have Access installed as a program.

Any help would be GREATLY appritiated!!!!!

Thanks!

Amber

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Correct answer by John T Smith | Most Valuable Participant

One way is to start at the Microsoft link I provided and enter odbc

http://search.microsoft.com/Results.aspx?qsc0=0&q=odbc&mkt=en-US&FORM=QBMH1&l=1

PS - This is STILL not the place to talk about software, only about the forum itself

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odbc would be my call to view access database on the interweb.

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This is the forum to talk about the forums... not any individual product

You might try the Dreamweaver forum http://forums.adobe.com/community/dreamweaver

You might also search for an article at Microsoft http://search.microsoft.com/search.aspx?mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US

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or you might try to set up odbc...

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What is odbc?? how do I set it up?

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One way is to start at the Microsoft link I provided and enter odbc

http://search.microsoft.com/Results.aspx?qsc0=0&q=odbc&mkt=en-US&FORM=QBMH1&l=1

PS - This is STILL not the place to talk about software, only about the forum itself

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nice. john gets the points!

YOU'RE WELCOME AMBER MCKEE!

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dave milbut wrote:

nice. john gets the points!

YOU'RE WELCOME AMBER MCKEE!

Naturally, he was explicit... you were implicit... But this is why the whole point system is meaningless... Who knows, probably your answer triggered off John's reply... <shrug>.

GET RID OF POINTS AND THE CORRECT ANSWER FIASCO

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