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Old November 21st, 2003, 06:44 AM
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Do we have any url or book which can help me to develop web applications using asp and vb components

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Hi there,

Can you please not post in multiple forums at the same time? Your message will be read anyway.

What exactly are you looking for? For the most part, Web based PDA applications can just be little Web sites, so you don't have to change much. Or do you want to create a local application that runs on the PDA?

It may be useful if you elaborate a bit about what you have in mind.

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Hi Imar

I am trying to write an application to access a database content on a web server from a pda.

I will list the methods I propose to achieve this

1. Download te database from a web server to a PC then sychronize the PDA to the PDA. The write code in VB that will download the database to pocket access on the PDA so I can access the content via webpages I design.

2. Communicate directly with the server by writing VB code that will translate the content that the asp engine retrieves into a format it can read and understand. Then store this data in pocket access where I can read the content like I was just surfing the net.

Any help will be appreciated on the best route to take to achieve results quickly.

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