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I am trying to Update an Access db recod from a Web Form

I am trying to Update an Access db recod from a Web Form

I am trying to Update an Access db recod from a Web Form

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I am trying to retrieve a list of records, modify a field, then save the record back to the db.  
I have read the article from Microsoft (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/240090)and tried it, but  it doesn't work.  
I have read and tried the article from FrontpageMagic (http://www.frontpagemagic.com/DRW/Add-Edit-Delete/EditRecord/index.asp), but I can't get it to work either.
In both cases, I enter data into the form, and press submit to update the db, but the page just goes back to the way it was before a typed anything, and the db doesn't get updated.  I don't get any error message.

I'm out of ideas.  HELP!

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