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Default Access query from a webpage?

Hi, folks!
            I'm relatively certain that this is the wrong place to ask, so feel free to point me in another direction if need be....

I've got a webpage that I'm trying to link to a database table, and was wondering if there might be some fiarly simple way to do that...

   Basically, the webpage "knows" the value I'm looking for in the "MachineName" column of my table, so I'd like to extract all the records from the table that match, and then allow the user to "slice & dice" any way he sees fit.....

Suggestions? Can it be done with just the correct "href" value on an anchor tag?

Thanks loads!

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Where is the database? Is it in the _fpdb folder on an IIS site, or on another machine somewhere. If you use FP2003 and copy and paste the database to the site, FP will manage the data connection and put it in _fpdb. Then you can just create a form object to query it using a custom query or one already packaged in the database.

Did that help at all?

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