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How can i print Microsoft access reports from a c++ cgi?
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sure, you use standard C++ methods to access you database and print the results out as if it was a text file to the STDIO. check out this site for details on how to use a c++ program for scripts.

http://www.openroad.org/cgihelp/cgi.html
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