Perhaps you could upload the client's .mdb and then modify/display the
ASP.NET was not designed for this type of request. I can envision many
difficulties with this approach. I would suggest looking into why this
needs to be done to determine a better method to get the results you need.
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| Subject: ACCESSing an ACESS Database.
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| Please help if you can..
| I need to write a control that can be hosted by a web page to access an
| ACCESS database on the client machine, but display the results in an
| web page.
| Specifying a drive and directory for the file looks on the server for that
| file, not the client.
| Any ideas would be most welcome...thank you;.