I am an amature web designer with some background in HTML coding. I currently use Dreamweaver MX 2004 for web page editing, and I use the hosting services of godaddy.com. I have a simple domain name hosting service with them: Windows based, supports ASP, ASP.NET, and FrontPage Extensions. I have no background in ASP or .NET and I have the FrontPage Extenstions disabled on my site. I also have 1 possible MSSQL Database (not setup) and 10 possible MySQL Databases (1 set up). I do not know much about these, and as such do not use them right now.
GoDaddy.com allows hosting accounts control over only individual directory permissions, not the site as a whole. I have created several directories that have read/write capability, according to the their site. I don't know how to test if they are functioning with those permissions.
I also have a dmx app called Secure Login Manager. The information on this product is here http://www.dmxready.com/productdetails.asp?mid=5&incid=11&ItemID=17
Now onto the question:
I want to add a section to my site that is password protected. I would like to have it set up so that I can have 7 different levels of access, and individual user accounts and passwords. I would like to be able to manage the users, passwords and access levels from the web, but with instructions I could manage it from my home computer and upload the changes.
I have tried using the Secure Login Manager on my site, I installed and uploaded it exactly as the instructions stated. I can get to the admin page(http://rrdkankudojo.com/admin/SecureLoginManager/list.asp
), but whenever I try to change anything I get the message:
"Microsoft JET Database Engine error '80004005'
Operation must use an updateable query.
t.asp, line 35 "
I have tried moving the actual .mdb file into the directories that I allowed read/write permissions. I even tried moving all the application files into those directories. I can't get this to work.
Since I do not have any experience with ASP coding or database management, I would need step by step instructions on how to manually set this up (which I would like to avoid) or another fix to this problem. Any help you can offer will be greatly appreciated.