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Default MS Access db on a website

I have an MSAccess database running on a website. It can be accessed and updated using .ASp and everything is fine. I would now like to access this db from a VB application.

How do I establish the connection within VB to this database? I have read tons of stuff about DSN, odbc, mySQL... but I am still unsure where I can insert http://www.mysite.com/fpdb/mydb.mdb in my code

Many thanks in advance


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