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    py Guest

    Default Porting a Access application to the web.

    Hello,<BR>I have not done any ASP in a while. Is there any tool that came out that would generate a web application with my Access 97 application? Something that would take all existing form and convert them to web form. Can Access 2000 do that?<BR><BR>Or do I need to do it just like I did back in 98 and code everything myself in ASP?<BR><BR>Any link or referece would be greatly appreciate.<BR>py<BR>

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    J. Paul Schmidt Guest

    Default RE: Porting a Access application to the web.

    Perhaps check these out. I haven&#039;t tried any of them and don&#039;t know if they would be any good or not. I&#039;m just so fussy and wouldn&#039;t want restrictions on how I build the database itself that I probably would develop regular ASP pages.<BR><BR>TableEditoR<BR>http://www.2enetworx.com/dev/projects/tableeditor.asp<BR>&#060;&#060;<BR>TableEditoR is a famous remote database administration tool written in pure ASP. You may browse your tables and queries, add, edit and delete records, execute sql statements and more. <BR><BR>Why pay for other database administration packages when you can use TableEditoR for free. Although it&#039;s still a Beta version, it&#039;s very functional for most of your needs.<BR>...<BR>When finding the record to be edited, viewed or deleted; table editor assumes that the first field of the table to be the key field. For this reason, you should be using such a table structure that the first field is either unique or better is a primary key.<BR>&#062;&#062;<BR><BR>Database Code Section <BR>Develop web database applications online by Maarten C. Hoolboom (mchoolboom@yahoo.com, http://www.clark.net/infouser/endwwidc.htm)<BR>http://www.aspcode.com/display.asp?id=90<BR>ASPnGO: Free, online design of web database applications through your web browser is now reality. Anyone will be able to construct Query, Data Entry and Update screens and reporting formats. While designing online, your HTML and ASP code arrives instantly via the web browser.<BR>Rating: Review It!<BR>Download Code: <BR>http://www.livewizards.com/aspngo/top.asp<BR><BR>Home : ASP : Scripts and Components : Database Tools<BR>http://www.hotscripts.com/ASP/Scripts_and_Components/Database_Tools/<BR>Links to products (many written in ASP and some free) to edit a DB online.<BR><BR>Best regards,<BR>-Paul<BR><BR>J. Paul Schmidt, MBA<BR>Databases on the Web<BR>http://www.Bullschmidt.com

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