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Hi

I have a database of addresses that I would like to give access from my web. How and what do I need to create a search for zipcodes that would then display all the addresses on that zipcode?
I have MS Frontpage 98, Office97 and using hway.com for my webpages. Just general answer for now I will go for details later, but now I need to know if I need to have a higher plan with my Provider and other stuff...

Hank Osterlund
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Is there a way to do it on CGI or Do I need to have it done by Database software on server? I have about 6000 addresses....

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I agree with the above comment, I was in a simmilar situation a month ago.  I used database results wizzard located within Frontpage 2000 and 98 to create an ASP.  Though I needed to find an ISP that offered ASP (Active Server Page) Extentions.  To create a search form you simply add the disitred CRITERIA in the more options button in step 3 of the database result wizzard.  Then at the end of the result wizzard you tell it to add a search form.  A great resource for me while creating his was microsofts own site.  Just look there for what you need.

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I agree with the above comment, I was in a simmilar situation a month ago.  I used database results wizzard located within Frontpage 2000 and 98 to create an ASP.  Though I needed to find an ISP that offered ASP (Active Server Page) Extentions.  To create a search form you simply add the disitred CRITERIA in the more options button in step 3 of the database result wizzard.  Then at the end of the result wizzard you tell it to add a search form.  A great resource for me while creating his was microsofts own site.  Just look there for what you need.

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sorry, about the double post...
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