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Old August 27th, 2005, 05:48 AM
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Access, ASP, DWMX & Search engine help.

Heya all. I am using Dreamweaver MX 04, ASP and creating a database in Access.

I am reading through the MX 2004 book which is great. The main thing I wanted to learn is how to add a search page to my website which would search the Access database. The rest of these options that I noticed in the 'Building Block' section are not required.

Can anyone suggest an easy way to do this in Dreamweaver, if this is not possible can anyone suggest which components in the book I must learn to be able to search a Access database.

Thanks to all.

Mal.


 
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go to http://www.webthang.co.uk/

Here you can find many fine tuts about access and dreamweaver asp

 
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Lofa, thanks for your help. Ill have a look there.







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