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How to revise the attached MS Access db to MySql db?

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Dear EE experts,

We would like to ask for tech support on how to revise the attached ms access file into mysql db. We need to change our db to mysql as our host doesn't support MS Access, and we need to connect that db with our PHP & ASP files...

Please see the attached file...

Thank you & hope to hear soon...
products-asia.mdb
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Question by:Stiebel Eltron
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johanntagle earned 500 total points
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I haven't used it but MySQL Workbench has a feature to help you convert/import an access database.  http://www.hosting.com/support/mysql/amconversion, among other pages on the web, seems like a good starting point for you.
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by:Stiebel Eltron
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Hi there johanntagle!

We need to convert that in order for us to use it to our GoDaddy host. That only supports MySql & SQL Server (for our chosen host plan).
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Then try converting it using the instructions in the link I gave you.
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by:Stiebel Eltron
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Will it work with Windows 7, 64bit system?
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Looks like MySQL Workbench only has 32-bit installers but why not just find out for yourself?
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Ok, will do... thanks!
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