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Make Revenue With Your Own Banner Management System


In this article Mitchell shows us how to develop a simple ad campaign and management system using ASP and an SQL Server database.

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By: Mitchell Harper
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November 01, 2001
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Make Revenue With Your Own Banner Management System
  2. · Adding the banners
  3. · Saving the banners
  4. · The ASP to add the banner
  5. · The ASP to add the banner (contd)
  6. · Listing the banners
  7. · Deleting a banner
  8. · Displaying and tracking banners, impressions and click-thrus
  9. · The code in detail
  10. · Handling the banner clicks
  11. · Conclusion

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Make Revenue With Your Own Banner Management System - Saving the banners
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The next step involves the use of SQL Server 2000 Enterprise manager to create our tables, and an ASP script to add our banner to the database. Start off by firing up Enterprise Manager (Start -> Programs -> Microsoft SQL Server -> Enterprise Manager). This is the program that lets us create our database and tables.

We want to create a new database. Call the new database myAdStuff. Once you've created the database, we'll need to create just one simple table named banners. The fields for this table are shown below (note that the bannerId field is an auto incrementing identity field, so make sure you set its identity property to "yes" and make it a primary key.

The design of the myAdStuff table

Now that we've created our database and our banners table, we can close SQL Server Enterprise manager and start on the ASP code to add a banner to our database.
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