Contributed by mosiondz
on Jun 13, 2000 at 02:55 UTC
> database programming
I am attempting write a function to transfer information
from a mySQL database on a Unix-based system to an Access
database on an NT-based system. What is the best way to go
about this problem?
I had thought about having an ActiveState Perl script on
the NT server receive information from an HTTP call from
the Unix system, and then put that information into the
database, but I was wondering if there was a better way to
go about this, perhaps by connecting directly to the Access
database in some way.
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