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I have a MS Access ver 2 database that I want to be able to search from a Web page. I am running Microsoft Information Server on a machine using Windows NT Server 3.51

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The process for linking databases to Web pages is a bit complex -  so depending on what you need to do, you may have to hire a pro.

BUT, there's a fairly good utility called "dbWEB" - that seems like a simple, SQL-free way to connect databases to the Internet ("with little or no training," they say) - and it supports Microsoft Access, which suits your specific needs.

The software can be downloaded from from Microsoft at http://www.microsoft.com/intdev/dbweb/ - there's also extensive documentation available on that site.






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