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Access 2007 Database: View and Collect Data via webform

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Hello,

I have an Access 2007 database based on the Issues Template which is being shared on our LAN network.  Does anyone have any ideas how I can extend this to take information, and update information using a form on the WEB?  How can someone outside our LAN update this information?
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You can create a website using your development tool of choice, eg, ASP.NET or PHP. Access is primarily for desktop application development. Consider migrating your database to a client-server DBMS such as SQL Server which is designed for server and network architectures.
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