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Viewing a .mdb database on the web

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How would I connect to a .mdb file and displaying the contents in a table on a web page. I have tried 100's of sites and it is all about asp's which my server won't support.Can I connect and view using html and some scripting or is there an easier way???
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You must use ASP under a server that suports ASP.

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You cannot connect to a database with HTML. You can however find a web hosting company that supports ASP,PHP or JSP. The only other solution is to use a activex control to connect to the database but that wouldnt be a good solution tho a solution.
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