In this article we've seen how to work with MS Access tables, views and procedures using ASP. In our simple example we worked with two tables, two views and one procedure, however Access can handle much more than this and if you don't yet feel like you're ready to take the jump to MS SQL Server then learning Access is highly recommended.
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