Can someone help this poor fellow? He says he's got a rack of Wrox books that don't answer his problem
8-(. Trouble is, I don't realy understand what he's asking about and he didn't respond when I asked him to elucidate.
(He tried to just repeat-post this, but I held it a day, since we don't really want folks message-shuffling in order to keep their
requests in focus)
Daniel Walker (Wrox)
Here's his post:----------------------------------
I think this is, what seems to be a simple thing, but can't find anyway to
do it. I really need some help here.
I have data access pages built on Access 2000 and they work fine for
entering the data. I have Access 2000 reports built to analyze the data.
What I need is a button on the data access apge that has the script that
will execute the access report and return the results as an HTML web page.
Naturally I can have the web hyperlink to a html page by runnig the report
manually, saving as word file, opening word and resaving as HTML; but this
seems rather dumb to do. Since MS didn't have the foresight to include a
macro recorder in Access like the other office products, I have not been
able to find out even what the objects are that need to be used to do this
and certainly not a clue on what the code would be. For the last several
days I have had this request posted on the MS Access programming
newsgroups, but apparently this subject is way outside of their expertise
because no one has even responded. So upon receiving my Professional
Active Server Pages 3.0 book, I looked for what the subject would be and
did not find it yet (I didn't find it in 2.0 either). I really need a good
jump start here.
Can anyone help???