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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 07, 2009
HTML page is static, means it will not interact with the database. It just shows what has been written to it.
Regarding your question, you have to use server-side scripting i.e. JSP/Servlet, ASP.NET, PHP etc.
To learn more about server-side programming see the below site.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
1. You can use Pages option in MS Access. The page in MS Access is the web page in MS Access which allows you to access database in MS Access database.
2. You can use MS Office Front Page application and use the Form builder and connect your database in that.
3. You can also use Google Apps Business Solution for this however the database will not remain in MS Access but will remain in Docs online.
4. You can use .net application developer for this as well but needs expertise in that.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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are some reasons which may damage your MS access database such as
virus infection, software crash, accidental shutdown of system,
unrecognized format of database, corruption of storage media etc.
These issues are easy to overcome by using third party software of
access database repair.you can try Kernel Access Database Recovery Software one of the best software in Data Recovery
For information you can visit here ...http://www.accessrecoverytool.net
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