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Subject:Re: Database access over the web? From:Kees de Bondt <cbon -at- WXS -dot- NL> Date:Wed, 29 Apr 1998 16:09:57 +0200
On 28-04 Brian Lightfoot wrote:
>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?
Try Filemaker Pro 4.0.
Filemaker Inc. (www.filemaker.com) has made its database product web
sensitive, so that users may access your databases over the Intranet, or
Internet, just by using their daily browser.
Combining the Filemaker facilities with their sister application Homepage
3.0 will suit up just what you want.
Filemaker Pro and Homepage are for Windows95, Windows NT as well as for
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