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I am trying to setup a web page that can access an Access database over our intranet to one of our servers running ISS. However, the web pages that are created by Access itself do not work on safari or windows mobile 6 IE. Only Internet explorer itself! Is there a way to create a web page in dreamweaver that will pull the info out of a microsoft Access database so our technicians can update the database over a web browser? The page will also need the drop down menu options to work too. Any help would be much appreciated....

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    I am trying to setup a web page that can access an Access database over our
    intranet to one of our servers running ISS. However, the web pages that are
    created by Access itself do not work on safari or windows mobile 6 IE. Only
    Internet explorer itself!
    Is there a way to create a web page in dreamweaver that will pull the info out
    of a microsoft Access database so our technicians can update the database over
    a web browser? The page will also need the drop down menu options to work too.
    Any help would be much appreciated.

    AaronOD Guest

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    Default Re: Dreamweaver web page for Microsoft Access

    Ithink you can't do it. Because access only supports IE web browsers.
    Brian Guest

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    Default Re: Dreamweaver web page for Microsoft Access

    WHAT? Your answers are well off target, you know?

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    Default Re: Dreamweaver web page for Microsoft Access

    Not so, you must have other underlying problems. Access is fine as a
    learning tool but IMHO you need a good client server db to get
    function, speed, and security.


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