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Converting an Acces97 Database to a web-based application

Converting an Acces97 Database to a web-based application

Converting an Acces97 Database to a web-based application

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I have a database with forms an tons of queries and I would like these accessible from the web. It tried using the "save as html" command but I'm not sure what to enter when it asks for "Data Source". The only thing that converted were the reports but they were static.

I have access to an NT Server with Microsoft Internet Infromation Server. Can any one tell me the steps I need take to create a website that can dynamically link to my existing database. I want to be able to generate reports from, query, and update the database from the web.

Thanks for any help you could give

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