>I have a client who wants to integrate an MS Access database with his web
>pages on our IIS 3.0 server using FrontPage 97.
>Does anyone here have this sort of thing working now, and how do your
>clients like it? I'm not looking for details on HOW at this time -- the
>client wants to know if Cold Fusion and Access are the appropriate tools to
>use for their application (an online catalog of about 2,000 items).
We have a user database that we do our work from on our Intranet, using Cold
Fusion, of about 24,000 clients and a further 8,000 distributors. The old
admin system used Access and it bogs on the the big databases. My Cold
Fusion side uses SQL and it flies along, a much better choice for big numbers.
You have to use an HTML editor that understands .cfm files, HotDog is OK, it
ignores the <CF...> tags, HomeSite is much better, it has the knowlege built
in, I've got it open right now doing some editing.
>If anyone would give a reference via Email, please let me know, or send E-mail
>directly to the client (Chris) at mailto:email@example.com.
Sorry, our site is all an Intranet, not visible from the outside. Allaire's
site has some links to good Cold Fusion driven sites around the world, try them.
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