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#1: Question about MyODBC

Posted on 2005-04-16 20:40:45 by Brian Calton

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Can you use MyODBC in FrontPage 2003 to get at a MySQL database? I want to
use MySQL, not Access or SQL Server.

Thanks in advance for your help, Brian.


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#2: RE: Question about MyODBC

Posted on 2005-04-17 00:24:01 by bartis

I don't see why not. FrontPage is a simply an editor that provides HTML forms/pages etc. MyODBC is MySQL's version of the ODBC standard implementation. Although I have not used it I see no reason why its wouldn't work. Implementation details are another story:-( Sorry, but I can't help you there.

Bob

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From: Brian Calton [mailto:briancalton@comcast.net]
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Can you use MyODBC in FrontPage 2003 to get at a MySQL database? I want to
use MySQL, not Access or SQL Server.

Thanks in advance for your help, Brian.


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