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ASP.NET / Re: Simple form using visual web developer
« on: July 24, 2009, 03:37 PM »
Well in college I learned how to make databases in Access and I learned how to make webpages using HTML and script. however, I never got any classes putting them together. So, I'm sort of in the dark.

I'm going to be looking as well, but if you find something really pertinate to what i'm doing, please pot the URL.

ASP.NET / Simple form using visual web developer
« on: July 24, 2009, 02:58 PM »
I'm trying to learn the basics and to do a project. The project requires that I have a web form which allows the user to input their name and such and hit the submit button. Upon hitting the submit button the information is sent to the database. I have a database ready to go, a datalayer but i'm unsure about sending the information. I've been able to view the table through gridview but not much else.

I've been looking for a tutorial to do just what i'm trying to do in my project but haven't got much luck. If i could just get the skinny doing something as simple as inputting a name in a textbox, pressing submit, and the string from the textbox shoing up in the appropriate field in the db table, that would be awesome and I could figure out the rest.

Developer's Corner / Re: multi answer multi choice database
« on: March 26, 2009, 07:52 AM »
I just don't know how to set it up in the database.

I have a table for the questions, possible answers, and the responses.

Will the response table take two answers?

Developer's Corner / multi answer multi choice database
« on: March 24, 2009, 07:51 PM »
I'm making a survey and I have to be able to allow the surveyee to check more than one option from the multiple choice answer. I've made a single answer multiple choice answer php page behind a database, but I'm not quite sure about the multi choice option.

I'm sure I can make the php part work, but i'm not sure how I'd get both answers in the database in a neat fashion.

Any thoughts?

Oh wow! I had no idea it was case sensitive and to think I spent hours looking at it before I posted the problem here.

Thanks a lot justice. When I graduate college I'm definitely going to pass the buck (literal) because everyone here always helps and with a timely manner.

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