Thank you for your help, but I don't think I did a very good job of
explaining what I would like to do. I apologize for not elaborating nearly
enough. Please allow me to rephrase my question.
My clients will be entering information into a form on our company website.
Before adding this data to my Access DB, I need to review/approve theReference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/showthread.php?t=6533
information in ensure the quality of the DB. After the information has been
approved, I would like to save the into the DB. I am not sure if this is
possible, but I would like to have our website automatically generate and
send an email to me. The email would have two features: an xml record as an
attachment and the client entered information contained in the body of the
email in a format that is easy for the QA person to digest. Upon QA
approval, the xml record would be opened using Access or somehow moved into
Access so that our DB could be updated with the new client data.
Is this possible? If not, do you have any suggestions?
"Ron Hinds" wrote:
> "spencergb" wrote in message
> > What is the best way to move information that is entered into our website
> > Contact form into our Access Database?
> That depends on a number of factors. But the simplest way is to UPDATE the
> database directly from the page your Form data is POSTed to. If your website
> is hosted on IIS, and using ASP, you can use ADO to do the update. Refer to
> this website for details:
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