Simple ASP.NET WebForm - Registration, Insert into Database

Posted on 2010-01-10
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I am using Visual Studio 2008, ASP,NET 3.5 and I am a total newbie.  
My goal is to create a registration form for my customers in ASP.NET 3.5 using visual basic.  

I understand that I can use gridview, but the problem is that I want a simple registration form, with a single SUBMIT BUTTON..   Can someone please show me how to do this?  Even if it is just one field, I need to know how to setup the button so I can submit to the SQL Server database.

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Jon500 earned 1500 total points
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If you want to start from scratch may be you can look into asp.net membership.
Starting from video#9: http://www.asp.net/learn/security-videos/
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You can go through this link,. Please check this will surely helpful to you.


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good answer..  was looking more for the visual studio GUI way of doing this but this was good too.

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