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Old January 25th, 2008, 03:31 PM
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Default Running an Access Query from ASP

Hello:
  I'm an admitted newbie when it comes to running Access and ASP together. I have managed to create a few simple queries to go from ASP, but I've got a more complex query already created in access that I would like to be able to execute from ASP.

  So, I guess my questions are:
1) How do I do it?
2) Is there a way to, for lack of better phrasing, "copy and paste" the query SQL into an asp page? If so, what do I need to look for?

Some additional information:
I'm doing this with ADODB so far. My driver has been Microsoft Access Driver. I could provide more information if people need it.

Thanks in advance for any help that I can get.

Arholly

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