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Front Page 2000 And Mysql

By Michael34 ·
Hello,

I have a client who has several user registration forms made from Front Page and now he wants them to save to a Mysql Database instead of in a txt document like Front Page does. Is there a way this can be done? I noticed when I looked at it I see a database option but it is greyed out, so is there any recommendations on how I can have his forms he has made on his site save to a Mysql database?

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by Toivo Talikka In reply to Front Page 2000 And Mysql

At least in the Unix/Linux environment one can install the Frontpage 2000 Server Extensions to an Apache web server, which also supports MySQL and PHP, see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q202198

Installation instructions for Apache/PHP/MySQL/FrontPage can ve viewed at http://www.dedserius.com/apache-fp/index.php3

A MySQL database can also be accessed in the Windows environment using ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) - see details at http://www.msfrontpage.net/fp/dbmysqlodbc.htm

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by Toivo Talikka In reply to

The forum at mysql.com has an answer with the details about the connection strings and how to execute SQL statements: http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?20,69937,72537#msg-72537

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