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2005-03-05, 15:54 #1
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- Leicestershire, United Kingdom
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Display query results as editable page to save (2002)
Newbie to the group as a result of a recommendation to you guys after a training session on Access 2k.
We have a website in FP. We also have a access db with e-mail address and password fields. We want the user to enter this info and it return their records, how do I do this in FP, any web resources on this?
Thank you in advance.
2005-03-05, 19:32 #2
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- Feb 2001
- Silicon Valley, USA
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Re: Display query results as editable page to save
I know this isn't going to be very helpful but... I used the database components in FrontPage 2000, which did not let you edit: you could retrieve and you could add (I think!) but not edit. So back then you had to learn some additional magic to do it. What I've done on our intranet is to create an interface that lets people view, add (either from scratch or by copying), and delete, but not literally edit. The deletes are really still there, but I set a flag to hide them from future searches. That way, I have the ability to recover from errors or, should we ever have any, malicious changes. This might not be applicable to your scenario, but I thought I'd just tell my story anyway. <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>