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Old August 23rd, 2006, 01:51 AM
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Iam new to the asp and asp.net iam have an MS access database and i want to using VS and VS.net are html / asp & asp.net for the front end and fire bird for the backend does any help me to get an idea to execute the above idea and give me information about any online tutorial or Ebooks which will guide me somewhat...

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You will need to download the ADO Provider from www.firebirdsql.org and include it in your project, then its as simple as instantieating the objects and working with the data.

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Okey thanks what about asp any solutions...

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Hi,

  I have created and finished the database using Ms Access and i want to convert to fire bird with ASP/ ASP.net


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You want take an MS Access Database and convert it to firebird? That i am not sure of as I have never used firebird, check and see if firebird has an Import function if not, you going to have to create a DTS so to speak, a web page that will pull X data from access and then insert it into firebird.

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Ok what about MySQL and ASP.net is there any possibility to make ...?
 if it is pls give me so links from which i can download some samples

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