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Is it possible to access an SQL 2000 database with javascript?? Also is it possible to read a text file?? What about workin with binary files??

I would appreciate if someone could point me to a tutorial if that is possible.

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Do you want to use javascript to access database from client side?

Please elaborate your requirement..

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Hi Om Prakash,

Well, I guess I will have to use asp or aspx to get to the database. But what about reading text files and binary files with javascript. Is it possible.

I have to learn how to work with binary and text files and was wondering if someone knows any online tutorial or book that teaches you how to work with binary.

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Please check the following:
http://developer.irt.org/script/267.htm

In ASP, you can use filesystemobject to read/write files.

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