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unable to amend/update/add

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Hi Any help on the would be greatly appreciated.
I have created a website through FrontPage, this integrates with access DB.  When i originally created this i used my local host on XP to run the asp client which worked all fine.  I then uploaded this to MS 2003 server using frontpage FTP client and also created the website in IIS I found that i am able to view the data that is in the database but i am not able to write or update/delete any field.  Please help  

When updating the database via a asp page, it seems like it has gone through, there are no error messages displayed, but no results either.   I think its something to do with the way I have setup the MS 2003 server, but cannot put my finger on please help.

RE: unable to amend/update/add

Using FTP can potentially corrupt the FPSE and if you relied on FPSE to change the server permissions, this could be the problem.

Have you checked with the hosting company to see if they can check the permissions?

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