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FrontPage 2003 not updating results database

I have created a data gathering form using FP2003. I have setup the data connections using the DB wizard. Everything looks good. The connection looks good, I do not get any errors. I had the wizard create the DB for me, without a problem. But when I submit the form, the data does not post to the DB? Any suggestions or is there something I am missing here?
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Rpowell460
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nprignanoCommented:
sounds like either A) the page was not published to a webserver, or B) the webserver does not have frontpage server extensions installed/enabled


nprignano
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hhammashCommented:

Hi,

Check

1- Tools > Web Settings
2- Click on the database
3- Click verify and try

Or
Check if the Access database itself has permissions for the internet users or guests to write to it.

Check the premissions.  Give guest, anonymous users the permission to write to the database

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bigbillydotcomCommented:
make sure that the form properties is sending the data to the form, and all of the form fields are mapped correctly
open the page for editing
rt click anywhere in the form...click properties
Check that:
Send to database is checked
Click options...check database connection in there

are you hosting this yourself or at a webhost?
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nprignanoCommented:
no response from the asker.
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bigbillydotcomCommented:
split points amongst EE respondents
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nprignanoCommented:
agreed
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bigbillydotcomCommented:
agreed
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