This really depends how complicated your ASP system is. Presumably, 
your current system has many components that make it work correctly 
with the server and MS Access. The hardest part will be getting PHP 
to function as expected in that environment.

The actual code is easy to translate, but you'll probably end up 
rewriting everything from scratch to take advantage of PHP's 
strengths. Just don't forget your semicolons!

PHP can link up well with MS Access, but there aren't a lot of 
example scripts out there to work with. Little things can drive you 
nuts -- like trying to find the unique id of your last db insert.

>I have been asked to convert an ASP/MS Access system to PHP. I would be
>interested in hearing the thoughts of anyone with exp. of  this. Thanks.
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