Knowledgebase: General QA
How do I set write permissions on my MS Access database?
Posted by Barry Tarbet on 26 August 2006 06:19 AM
There are 2 ways to set the correct write permissions on an Access database.

The easiest way is to use FrontPage to do it for you.
If you upload a database using FrontPage, Frontpage will ask you if you want to create a new database connection. If you answer YES, Frontpage will set the permissions for you automatically. Be aware that answering YES will also create a global.asa file in your root directory for you as well. If you already have a global.asa in the web site, then FrontPage will simply add to the existing global.asa file.

The 2nd way to set the permissions on an Access database is to submit a Support Ticket to Occhosting Support Team and we will set the correct permissions for you.
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