...want an ASP page where you can click Next and Previous to go through a table in your database. Is that it? Have you looked at the FAQs? You're also probably better off getting a book on the matter, such as "Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 3.0 in 21 Days" which explains how to open a database from ASP and read the records.<BR><BR>Oliver.
I have an access file that is saved as 12a-politics.mdb and is titled politicans. I am having problems getting the server to see my request for that file. I have looked at tons of stuff on the internet and they all seem to give examples with html forms. When I do think I have found something I can't understand it. We are using a database file to store where the location of the file is and I am suppose to make up an asp page that will look up that file with this in the code<!--include 12a-databasestore.asp --> then I need to know how to move through the table movenext, movefirst, moveprevious, movelast. I am not referencing something right. PLEASE HELP ME. Can I post the files in here maybe?
...that you don't need to worry about getting the right connection string, I *think*.<BR><BR>That all you need to do is<BR><!-- #include file="12a-databasestore.asp" --><BR>and you will get the right connection. Or connection string. It would be a good idea for you to go find that file and look at what it is doing for you before you go any further.<BR><BR>As for the rest of it: You are going to be doing something called "PAGING". And there are *TONS* of references out there on how to do it.<BR><BR>For example, google for "paging access asp vbs". There are even some examples on this site, but they may be too advanced for somebody who doesn't know how to open a database yet.<BR><BR>