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Default Posting from a form to a access database

hello all,

I am new to the world of ASP.NET. I am very interested in the form controls. My question is does anyone know how to post the results from a form to an Access Database.

Is it as simple as including a post property in the form tag? ef
<form post="mydatabase.mdb" runat server>
and then making sure I have that database with the same fields?

Or do I have to open a connection, create a dataset , fill the dtatset. If anyone can help me I would really appreciate this confusing area for me.



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