You need to get your database and the related files into correct directorys
on your web server. Your web server needs to be able to server ASP files for
these pages to work properly.
Have a look at your hosts FAQ or helppage.
> Thankyou for your reply.
> Unfortunately, I did not understand much of what you said, so perhaps I am
> well out of my depth.
> My friend has given me a website, consisting of index.html, several *.asp
> files and a database.mdb. I thought all I would have to do is upload the
> files to my server which supports mysql. Obviously not.
> I have spent the weekend searching the web, but find it all a bit too
> All I want to do is upload the site and get it working.
> Is there any hope for me ??
> > Yes, you can either link to a Jet database using linked servers (see
> > SQL BOL for details), or you can migrate it using either DTS or the
> > Access upsizing wizard. However, asp is used to access data and isn't
> > stored in SQL Server, so I have no idea what you're talking about when
> > you say "uploaded all the asp" and "the asp files don't show up".
> > -- Mary
> > MCW Technologies
> > http://www.mcwtech.com
> > >q1. Can I upload an access database to an sql server, or do I need an
> > >msaccess server ?
> > >q2. How do i go about uploading it ? I have uploaded all the asp and
> > >database using an ftp program, and I can access all the files, but when
> > >put in
> > >http://www.holidays.travelconnect.com.au/asp/testsite/fancydress/
> > >index.html comes up, but the .asp files don't show up ??
> > >I would really appreciate all help here :)
> > >thanx
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