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    Passing data from dreamweaver to an Access file

    I'm trying to pass data from a form in Dreamweaver to an access file.
    Something simple, like name and address.

    Can anyone explain (preferably in simple terms) how I can achieve this?

    I've tried binding in C# and PHP, but without much success!

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    Re: Passing data from dreamweaver to an Access file

    you need to make an ODBC connection in windows to your access database file..... i think once u have done that, then it should bind with either c# or php

    Link below

    ODBC Connection in Windows

    hope this helps

    Niraj

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    Re: Passing data from dreamweaver to an Access file

    When I was trying to do this myself, I found the Dreamweaver MX tutorials at http://www.webthang.co.uk very useful.

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