Rene Aube wrote:There are many asp tutorials on the web that describe how to do this> Hi everyone,
> I'm incharge of updating the stats on a chl hockey teams Web Site. I
> would like to know if there is a way to be able to save
> the content of the CHL Statistics WebPage on our Server and using it
> to update our Microsoft Access 2000 database.
> If it possible, then I would take the content of that page. Execute
> some code that will take this information an place it in our
> database on our server. By doing this, our Team WebSite would be
> update automaticaly at a time that I specify on our server.
> At this time, I have to open the CHL Statistics WebPage. Then Save the
> HTML page as a txt file, upload it on our server via FTP, then execute
> my my code that places it in our database.
> Could you send your suggestions to [email]rene.aubegnb.ca[/email]?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated and Thank You in advance.
> Rene Aube
(asp101, learnasp, 4guysfromrolla, etc.). Basically you use a Form which you
submit to either another web page or to itself. The receiving page use ADO
to update the database, and sends a response back to the client.
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