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101 Forms and 1 Database Script in ASP


In this article, Matt shows us how to use just one database script to handle all the ASP forms on your site.

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By: Matt Burnett
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February 23, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · 101 Forms and 1 Database Script in ASP
  2. · How To Do It
  3. · The Code
  4. · Conclusion

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Imagine adding web forms that will automatically be ready for use with a database. This is not an IDE or simple trick. I think this article will help programmers expand their knowledge of web architecture, as they have not been presented with a different way to handle web forms that present and update a database in ASP.

In many cases, web programmers present a web page and ‘fill’ it with information from the database. If the data is to be updated (inserted or removed), then the data is presented in a form and ‘submitted’ to a server script to be processed. This method is ok, but assumes a 1 to 1 relationship between the each form and server processing script. Our goal is ‘many’ web forms and one processing script.
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