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Subject:FW: Database access over the web? From:Lynn Perry <clperry -at- WALLDATA -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 28 Apr 1998 13:02:45 -0700
Accessing a database over the Web using HTML has some interesting and
intricate associated issues. In the interest of disseminating information
about useful technology (and because you asked directly), I provide the
My company, Wall Data Incorporated, provides a product, Cyberprise (tm)
DBApp Developer, that enables the creation of Web applications that connect
to databases over the Web, intranet or Internet.
Using DBApp Developer, you can use your database as your source to create
Web pages. Then, you can use Web pages to add, delete, and edit records in
your Access database. That includes creating links. I personally think it is
a *very* cool technology (and I would even if I wasn't associated with the
You can find information about Cyberprise DBApp Developer on our Web site: http://www.cyberprise.com/main.html
From the "Now available" list, you can click Cyberprise DBApp Developer to
get more information about the product.
Let me know if you have questions that I might be able to answer. Otherwise,
good luck on your quest for database interactivity over the Web!
clperry -at- walldata -dot- com
Senior Technical Writer
My opinions are mine. Period.
> From: Brian Lightfoot[SMTP:blightfo -at- POSITRONFIBER -dot- COM]
> Sent: April 28, 1998 12:06 p
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Database access over the web?
> I have a question regarding databases.
> How do I hook up a database to the web? I'm only interested in a
> database accessed over a LAN (intranet). I could just use a stand alone
> Access executable. But I have this desure to put an HTML interface on
> it for some reason.
> Does anyone know what package I'd use to interface an Access database
> with an HTML page over a LAN?
> Brian Lightfoot -Technical Writer
> Positron Fiber Systems
> Tel: 514.345-2200 Ext. 2751 Fax: 514.345-2252
> Web: http://www.positronfiber.com
> E-mail: blightfo -at- positronfiber -dot- com