Well, I hate to tell someone that what he or she is doing seems to be completely on the wrong track, and that one should use approach ABC instead of XYZ.
Using OOBase is fine if that is
you application, but creating and maintaing a database in Base, exporting it every time and interface the result to a web server is extremely cumbersome. It also means that you have to re-export the database to CSV every time you changed it.
I can recommend that you have a look at MySQL. It is a database server which can interface easily with your web server thru perl, cgi or PHP. To get your data into MySQL there exist a number of front ends (including OOBase if I am not mistaken) But you can also use text import, bash scripting or command line input.
There is almost no learning curve for MySQL, follow the tutorial (chapter 3 in the MySQL documentation on www.mysql.com)
. It makes your life easier if you want to access your data over the web.