I have an access database that is used as a "one-stop-shop" if you will for all resources that my team uses. One thing that I want to do is have each user store their username and password for a specific website in the database. Then create a link on a form that they can click on, and they will automatically be logged into the website using the credentials they stored in the database.
I have created a customized login HTML webpage for this website where all of the input fields are hidden and the login form is set to submit on page load. The only problem I am having is getting the login data from MS Access to the webpage.
The custom HTML page is stored on a local server. I tried creating a link in MS ACCESS like:
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In Access 2003, only the maximum allowable SQL string length could cause problems as you built a recordset.
Now, when using string data in a WHERE clause, the 'identifier' maximum is 128 characters.
The viewer will learn how to create a basic form using some HTML5 and PHP for later processing.
Set up your basic HTML file. Open your form tag and set the method and action attributes.:
Set up your first few inputs one for the name and …
This lesson discusses how to use a Mainform + Subforms in Microsoft Access to find and enter data for payments on orders. The sample data comes from a custom shop that builds and sells movable storage structures that are delivered to your property. …