If the licensing is an issue, you should be able to automate the exporting
of data from Access/Excel, and suck it into MySQL, and then web-host MySQL

You'd have to read your Access license with a lawyer, not here, to be sure
what's kosher...

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Newsgroups: php.general
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2001 6:48 AM
Subject: Legal advice

> Hi,
> We are working with PHP & MYSQL, and we would like to publish some
> information that we have with MS ACCESS and MS EXCEL, and altough I know
> that  it is posible to connect an access database using ODBC from PHP,
> however I don't know if it is legal to do this without having to pay
> licenses to Microsoft for accessing its database through the web.
> On the other hand and if it will be too expensive to use access with ODBC,
> would to know if there is an easy way to insert the information in EXCEL /
> ACCESS to a MYSQL database.
> Thanks

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