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Default How to retrieve a web page from access database

I want to know how i can read and post a html page stored in access db using asp. What i mean it reads the html page from access and run it on browser so we can see it . I be happy if some one show me the

select statement for such query .Thanks

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How is the html stored? as an OLE object? or as a Memo Field?
If it's the latter, it's simply a matter of something along the lines of:
Dim sConnStr
sConnStr = "Some Connection String Connecting to your DB"
Dim sSQL
Dim Rs
Set Rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.RecordSet")
Rs.Open sSQL, sConnStr, 3, 1
If Not Rs.EOF Then
  Response.Write Rs(0)
End If
Set Rs = Nothing
If you want have the data stored as a file, rather than text, then you'd be after something along the lines of this (which I've just copied from a page I use that connects to SQL Server - same basic premise though)
Dim ID
ID = Request("ID")

Dim RsFile
Set RsFile = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

RsFile.Open "select FileData,ContentType, FileName from tblFile where FileID = " & ID, ConnStr, 2, 4

If Not RsFile.EOF Then
   Response.AddHeader "content-disposition", "attachment; filename=" & RsFile(2)
   Response.BinaryWrite RsFile(0)
End If

Set RsFile = Nothing
If you're wanting to do it not with ASP - it's a whole different ballgame, and, well, that's a question for another forum.


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