• ASP Web site with Access database works on NT but not on Win2k

    I need a little help trying to get my database (MS Access) connection working. I am migrating a Web site with ASP functionality from a Windows NT server to Windows 2000. The application works fine on NT, but I'm getting an error that points to a line of code saying: (there is no specific error...

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  • Is there a way to run Access automatically and without user logon?

    How can I have a Windows-based application (Access) start up automatically and run some data acquisition/reporting functions without having the machine it runs on be logged on with a username?

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  • Moving from 16-bit Access to 32-bit

    My question is how can I find information on the differences of Visual Basic code specification between Access Version 2 and 2000. The database used is Access v2.0 to 2000. I changed all USER to USER32 in declaration. Then I get an error message such as Run-time Error "453" -- Can't find DLL entry...

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  • Cannot get ASP pages to insert new data into an Access database

    I am using IIS 5.0 on a Win2k server. ASP pages are working fine but I cannot get the ASP pages to insert new data into an Access database. The ASP pages can get data from the database and display it. In addition, there is nothing wrong with the ASP code. It works on another web server. So why can...

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  • What language is best suited to rewrite an Access 97 application?

    I am about to rewrite an Access 97 application into a more suitable commercial application. What is the best suited language -- VB.NET or C# .NET -- for long term? I am a beginner in both VB.NET and C# .NET, so I will be using this project to become better at the chosen language.

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  • Alternatives for Access Runtime in XP Office

    I have Access 97 deployed to runtime only users. I'm told there is no Access Runtime in XP Office. What are my alternatives? I do not want the runtime users to be able to modify my Access mdb.

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  • Why does ASP code fly on NT but crawl on Win2k?

    I had the same problem addressed in a previous Ask the Expert question about ASP Web sites with Access working on NT but not Win2k and solved it by moving the database to another folder (funny, but it worked). After solving that problem, my ASP code started working incredibly slowly (it used to...

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  • Is it possible to create multiple users listed in other files like .txt files?

    Is it possible to create multiple users listed in other files like Access or .txt files? How can we do it?

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  • Will VB2 and MS Access 2.0 code execute on Win2k and WinXP?

    Do you know if VB 2.0 and Microsoft Access 2.0 code will execute on Windows 2000 and Windows XP?

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  • OpenOffice Base: Converting data and files from Access

    Consider switching to OpenOffice's Base, an open source alternative to proprietary Microsoft Access. In this tip, an expert tells how to convert Access files to Base and discusses some helpful hints for working with Base.

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