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Access on web server

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Larry, Nov 3, 2005.

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    1. Microsoft knowledge base claims Access files on web/ftp servers can
    be opened remotely. However, when I attept to open an Access file
    remotely, I'm told I cannot use an ftp address, that I must use http,
    even though ftp addresses already exist in My Network Places, and I can
    open those connections. And when I put in the http address, I'm told
    the server cannot be found. Any ideas?

    2. When the database file on the Web server is opened and a temporary
    ..ldb file is created, the .ldb file remains open for long periods of
    time, even though no one is accessing the .mdb file. This prevents me
    from overwriting the file with a newer version. Is there some way I can
    force the file to close and get rid of the .ldb file, or set a time
    limit so it expires after a certain amount of inactivity?
     
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