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Convert Access forms to ASP or DAP

Posted on 2004-04-13
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I need to convert 5 Ms Access forms to Data Acccess Page or ASp pages,

Can anyone help me with it? I have done the forms on the following .mdb file

http://jupiter.clarion.edu/~s_mskhan/LogIn.zip

Let me know if oyu need more info for the functions, how I have done those froms.

thanks
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I don't think it's possible to convert. Those two are way too different from one another. I suggest you start from scratch. Use html controls to create an interface
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Most recent version of access will convert to html...

Could use that as a template and modify as needed...  IMHO the conversion has much to be desired and you will end up developing from scractch...

Sorry no easy answer :(...

Have Fun,
Dante
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Thanks both of you, but I don't have any new version, I work on Access2000

I needed some one who could do it...
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YZlat,

Thanks for the link, I have tried them but they don't work for the customized fucntion you write, they only work with normal pages.

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by:fhunth
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I can convert it for you

Have yuo finished it?

Write me to fhunth@hotmail.com

bye

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fhunth,

Thanks for your post, I have already PAQ this post, even if you help me I won't be able to give you any points, so lets not try it ....

--Nibirkhan
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