Basic Databases Part 1
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Published: 17 Oct 2003
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This article will take you through the steps to get data from a database and present it on the screen in a nice and orderly fashion (table).
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Basic Database Publishing, Part 1

Introduction

This article will take you through the steps to get data from a database and present it on the screen in a nice and orderly fashion (table).
First you need to know weather you want a DSN or a DSN-Less connection. A DSN connection provides a link to the database using ODBC (DSN-Less uses ADO). I personally use DSN-Less as if you want to move it from server to server, it is easier. However the only difference is in the connection so, both will work here.


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Title: SQL SERVER 2000   
Name: Anchal
Date: 2005-03-17 12:49:41 PM
Comment:
This is a great help for me...as I am just starting up with ASP and DATABASE and ADO

one thing...example you took is based on MS ACCESS...
Would it be similar for the MS SQL SERVER 2000???

Please Advice...it would be a great help..

Anchal
Title: Connection error   
Name: lumy
Date: 2005-03-01 8:59:52 AM
Comment:
Error Type:
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80004005)
[Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Operation must use an updateable query.
/currency/respond.asp, line 33

Please assist.
Title: Great Help   
Name: Rizwan
Date: 2005-01-15 4:16:22 AM
Comment:
This is really great help for newbies, also for those who forget forget the logical procedure of database programing.
Thanks you Mr. Author!

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