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MS Access: Tables, Views and Procedures


Ever wondered how to create a table, view or procedure with MS Access? In this article Eric shows us how to create all three and work with them from an ASP script.

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By: Eric Beck
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July 04, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · MS Access: Tables, Views and Procedures
  2. · Building Our Database
  3. · Creating the Queries
  4. · Conclusion

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I've seen a lot of ASP code in the 2 years that I've been programming, and much of it incorporates SQL queries directly into the ASP code. This is a bad programming practice and I won't stand for it. Actually, there are many reasons why this is bad practice, one of the main reasons being security.

In this article we're going to learn how to execute MS Access queries from ASP, create tables, views and procedures. You should have a fairly good knowledge of both MS Access and ASP, as we will be working with some slightly advanced tools, such as Access procedures.
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