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Posted on 2000-05-09
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I would like to, when someone clicks the submit button, display the captured info on another page.
When i then go to that page i would like the latest submitted info to have been inserted below the previously submitted info.
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Question by:little2do
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by:labambina
ID: 2808330
you can use asp and send input to a database
on the new page you can read them from the database using insert results

hope this helps

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by:nus9259
ID: 2811959
If you'd like more info on ASP you can check out http://www.learnasp.com

Your ISP will need to have NT servers for you to be able to use ASP.  Other options are available for server platforms.
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by:ppf
ID: 2812652
Create a MSAccess table like this:
Table1 ( ID autonumber, info text, ...)

Use in the <form .. action=insert.asp>

insert.asp:

open
sql="insert into table1 (info1,.) values (..."
execute....

on the second page use another asp:

sql="select * from table1 order by 1"
open RS
while not RS.EOF do
 response.write info1 & "<br>"
Loop


ETC.
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labambina earned 80 total points
ID: 2813294
you don't need to know how to write asp if you are using Frontpage2000
you can just add a new database (access2000 very easily)
the send the form to this database
then display the results by doing insert results then picking a query or writing one from the same DB
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Expert Comment

by:labambina
ID: 2813297
you don't need to know how to write asp if you are using Frontpage2000
you can just add a new database (access2000 very easily)
the send the form to this database
then display the results by doing insert results then picking a query or writing one from the same DB
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by:little2do
ID: 2833353
Thanks everyone for your input.
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