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RE: Access and the Web...partial answer



G'day,
while this may not be exactly what you want, this OCX Web Server from David Geller
works in Access 95, Visual Basic 4.0, Visual FoxPro 3.0, and Delphi 32-bit beta's
that I've got
Certainly opens up lot's of possibilities and evenually will work with next version of NT
(I've tried it with latest "NewShell/NT 3.51/SP1 combo and not a rewarding exercise

TTFN

Les Chapman mostly a gopher at odtaa and asker of at least half-remarkable questions
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From:  Alain Azzam[SMTP:azzama@ere.umontreal.ca]
Sent:  Tuesday, 29 August 1995 04:05
To:  www-rdb@www10.w3.org
Subject:  Access and the Web...


I asked this question 4 months ago, and since I got very little
information I thought I'd ask again. No need to say it's a rapid changing
world ... I was wondering if there is any gateway or complete web server
designed at the moment that will let one access Ms. Access databases. We 
would of course install the whole thing on a NT platform.

I am aware of O'Reilly's and Associates (thanks to Ann Lynworth :) Website
product, but I'd like to know if any other product is available. Someone
gave me the following URL and mentionned they also had a complete system,
but I can't seem to be able to connect :  http://www.aspectse.com/ Any 
idea what's the complete name of this company ? (doesn' seem to be Aspect).


Thanks in advance for any help,
Regards,
-Alain