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jdschram
Re: Form
yup...using javascript a presume... this shoud be happening after the page has been submitted and the contents processed..., < !-- Begin, url=("PageToRedirectTo");, window.location=url; // End -->or < !-- Begin, url=("PageToRedirectTo");, document.write(' , // End -->
Posted to MB Topic: JavaScript « JavaScript Board
18 years ago
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jdschram
Re: Access takes SQL numbers as strings - help!
It really does seem odd that it would contantenate instead of adding...without seeing code, make sure you are using + not &, you can also try this syntax to convert strings to integers., sum = cint("100") + cint("50")
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17 years ago
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Vikas Athavale
Connect Sql Server on Web
Please inform me the sytax for connectring SQL server on web, , Thanksing u in advace, Vikas AThavale
17 years ago

jdschram
OLE, Set objConn= Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection"), objConn.Open "Provider=SQLOLEDB.1;Integrated Security=SSPI;_, PersistSecurity Info=False;Initial Catalog=_, YourDB;_Data Source=YOUR_LOCAL_SERVER_NAMEDSN, Set objConn= Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection"), objConn.Open "DSN=mySystemDSN;" & _ , "Uid=myUsername;" & _ , "Pwd=myPassword"
17 years ago
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jdschram
Re: Connect Sql Server on Web
OLE, Set objConn= Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection"), objConn.Open "Provider=SQLOLEDB.1;Integrated Security=SSPI;_, PersistSecurity Info=False;Initial Catalog=_, YourDB;_Data Source=YOUR_LOCAL_SERVER_NAMEDSN, Set objConn= Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection"), objConn.Open "DSN=mySystemDSN;" & _ , "Uid=myUsername;" & _ , "Pwd=myPassword"
17 years ago
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aka51
Access Macros
Does anyone know how to link an access Macro through a web browser using ASP.
Posted to MB Topic: Access VBA Programming « Access Board
17 years ago

jdschram
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17 years ago
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jdschram
Re: Access Macros
yes there is...it's not too complicated either. Basically you would use the FileSystemObject (FSO) to create, open , write-to, and close a file. I've used this to write to a CSV file which can be opened by Excel. To create a CSV file it's pretty easy...a .xls file is a little tougher, and requires excel to be installed on the server. I would suggest the .csv file because it will run a little better., , I'm assuming you know how to make csv files...delimit by commas for the feilds and line breaks for the next record., , Here is some useful info , http://www.aspfaqs.com/aspfaqs/ShowCategory.asp?CatID=4 , , psuedo code, if file allready exists, delete it, then create it, else, create it, end if, open file with fso, connect to the db and execute SQL, while not rs.eof, write line to csv file, move next, wend, close rs, close db, close fileif you have more questions just post.., , HTH
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17 years ago
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jdschram
Re: view table info
actually you SHOULD put it in an include file so you NEVER have to touch it.
17 years ago
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jdschram
Re: Viewing info selected from a table
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17 years ago
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kbrooks
Publisher to Front Page conversion
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17 years ago

jdschram
correct...here is a quick walkthrough of what you would do..., , Open the doc in Publisher, Print the doc to distiller (you will be prompted to enter a file name for the PDF), Post the PDF on your webserver., , Thats about it..., , HTH
17 years ago
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jdschram
Re: Publisher to Front Page conversion
correct...here is a quick walkthrough of what you would do..., , Open the doc in Publisher, Print the doc to distiller (you will be prompted to enter a file name for the PDF), Post the PDF on your webserver., , Thats about it..., , HTH
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