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    Arrow Create A Table In Access From A Table In Html

    Hi,


    Can I create a table (access database) using .asp script from a table (html) where the the cols(2) will be the fieldsname and rows, the records?

    Thank you for any suggestion.

    JL

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    I'm a little unclear on exactly what you're asking so don't know if this might help at all:

    Using Forms to Do Batch Database Updates - 10/1/1999
    http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/100199-2.shtml
    Runs SQL statement for each record to be edited.
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    If I have a table made in html file, like this:

    <table>
    <td>one</td>
    <td>two</td>
    <tr></tr>
    <td>one</td>
    <td>two</td>

    </table>

    How I change it to a table in access database, where each tag <td></td\> it is a field and <tr></tr> separates the records?

    Thanks

    JL

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    Well if you're talking about an HTML page that's already made somewhere I suppose you could manually select, copy, and paste into an Excel file and then manually import that into Access or something (but of course that doesn't have anything to do with ASP)...
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