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Display an Access Snapshot on a FP web page?

Display an Access Snapshot on a FP web page?

Display an Access Snapshot on a FP web page?

Is this possible? Can find no documentation or suggestion of it. Have an intranet, one Department wants to make reports VIEWABLE on the 'net, but no changing data. I have the "OutputTo" method working but the formatting leaves a lot to be desired.  I thought it might be possible to use a snapshot instead, and have it be 'dynamic' - the data changes a lot (daily 10x) and I need to be able to point to the snapshot file as most recently created.

Any thoughts?  

XP /FP2003 / IIS v4


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RE: Display an Access Snapshot on a FP web page?

What about creating the page as an Access Data Page, and then publishing THAT through FrontPage?


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