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New record not added to access database

New record not added to access database

New record not added to access database

Thanks in advance for any help:

I am trying to update an access database with a front page 2003 form. I have done this with front page 2000 a couple of years ago. Anyway, after I click OK to update the database, I get a results screen saying that my database has been update with the following information, but when I check the results, there are no records in the table.

I already checked the write permissions in IIS for the database and database folder.

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

RE: New record not added to access database

I solved my own problem. I had to change the permissions NTFS permissions on the database file.

RE: New record not added to access database


can you please help me urgently on how to connect frontpage to an existing Microsoft Access database that I have?

I try to connect by going to tools -> site settings, Database tab and adding in an existing database but it states it needs a Microsoft Access Driver. Where I can get the driver from?

Thanks in advance

RE: New record not added to access database


I suggest you create a new post. So that the pros can help you out.

But, if you have Access installed, you should have the driver.

Also, check with Microsoft


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