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Be My Guest in ASP


Creating a guest book in ASP has never been so simple thanks to Luca. Luca's code along with a MS Access Database, may successfully generate a consistent guest book which can store a fixed amount of entries per page.

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By: Luca Ruggiero
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July 24, 2003
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This article has been translated and edited by both Ben Shepherd and Luca Ruggiero.

A Guest book is a common system you can use on your website to receive messages from your visitors. It is a simple pretty service because there is a module to compile with some required data. There is a page in which data are shown in chronological order (from most recent until the first one). The last file works in back-office. It verifies that the input data is correct, then it proceeds to their recording.

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