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hi,

i was hoping to use my filemaker database in a similar way to how i have used access databases in the past.

to have a copy of filemaker running with a filemaker database open is a bit of an incovenience. i haven't been able to find a non-odbc solution.

does anyone have an alternative to odbc?

any programming language would be fine.

perhaps a plugin has been developed? how does access do it?

thanks,

jd.

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I have done what you are looking for, but as other poster have stated there is no why to connect FM to ASP.

But there always a way to do things, I did this

1. Script that is exporting a DBF file

2. Script that

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Hello there!

Let me jump on ASP talk.....so has anyone managed to use ODBC "reliably" with FM?

I have used Dreamweaver and connected fine(ODBC) but the connection fails when trying to Filter RecordSets....Macromedia says they don't want to support FM and they don't guarantee....blah blah...but the connection did work

any thoughts on ASP+FM vs. CDML+FM ?

thanx guys

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This can help you:

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"- No ADO or ODBC component or SQL knowledge necessary; FMConnector ASP has

its own intuitive syntax that is easy to learn and use"

in this case might as well learn CDML since "it's their ASP syntax " not the standard....I know ASP is so tempting but....

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