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Hi there, i have a online quotation system which create by ASP and host by a server. It will let the sales person online to create a quotation for their customer, then the record will keep in a database on the server. The database i'm using is Access, but now i need to change it to filemaker database, so that i can using filemaker to create a system to view and manage the quotation record on the office.

Now the problem is i need to know how can i link ASP with FM db. This is the first time i create a record from ASP to FM. So can somebody give me some advice. If it can done then i will like to used FM db for fulture website project.

And another thing is if for this kind of situation, i need to using FMP Unlimited or FM Server?

Regards,

Henry

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So for me solution then i will get a fm server, is that also can work on web.

And if i want to using ASP with FM. where can i get the sample for view. Now i only know asp, if want to change all of them to php will need more time because i need some time to learn.

Regards,

Henry

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No, web needs Unlimited.

FM server is just for serving more FM clients and also Unlimited.

RE: And if i want to using ASP with FM. where can i get the sample for view.

It can be done, but probably nobody ever used it. Slow and 100 times more complicated, than CDML.

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>>RE: And if i want to using ASP with FM. where can i get the sample for view.

>>It can be done, but probably nobody ever used it. Slow and 100 times more complicated, than CDML

And if you plan to use FMP in asp with odbc driver you will have many problem cause the FMP odbc implementation is old and is not designed to use it with multiple connections

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