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JavaScript Run a SQL Stored Procedure to Fill a HTML Table

Posted on 2012-03-15
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Hi,

I have an interesting issue where I have to to create an HTML page that can use a stored procedure in SQL.  I cannot use .NET, ASP or PHP being that the application that enables us to create customs forms will not use it.

So I am wondering how to use JavaScript to access a SQL database through ODBC System DSN and run a stored procedure and fill a HTML Table.  I would also have to pass variables to the stored procedure.  

Thank you for all of your help in advance

Thomas White
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Here's the only way I've seen: http://forums.asp.net/t/1285316.aspx  Note that it only works in IE because of the ActiveX part.
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Thank you for the idea and it worked in HTML but I just found out that our application does not work with ActiveX.
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