Re: web form submition

OK.
If you have Internet Information Server 6, you can try with Active Server Pages 
- Called ASP.
If you want to insert any data from form into a database, you can use standard 
SQL method insert into.
I will put below this example for insert into statement:
oCONN.Execute "insert into mycoworkers (Name, Address) Values ('John Doe', 
'George Washington 35')"
OK.
Before, you need to create an object connection oCONN, to connect it with your 
database.
Then, you need to know in which recordset, or table you want to insert your 
datas, and I given just example with table mycoworker, where data is Name, and 
Address, and Values are:John Doe, and George Washington 32. When you open your 
database from any database program, you can see Name, and value, example John 
Doe George Washington 35.
The best regards from Darko.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: mixollagy fm UK 
  To: programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Monday, December 17, 2007 11:34 PM
  Subject: web form submition


  Hi.
  This is in reference to web forms.
  If i created for example, a form template in FrontPage 2003 or 2000, I want 
to submit it's contents, email it, give the user a confermation page, and also 
log it, probibly in a database.
  FrontPage has a nice way of doing this, but you cant do both, you can only do 
one or the other, ither send the results in an email, or log it to a text file 
or a database, for example.
  I am guessing that the easiest and best way of doing this is using php? 
FrontPage uses web bots, and the extentions as the backbone to do it's work.
  I have seen php genorators from source forge but never got it to work.
  Have also downloaded some genorators to try, I do have php installed, my main 
server is iis 6.0 on windows 2003 with FrontPage 2002 extentions installed, and 
the server i am running php on is network active web server.
  These servers work together, the iis server handling trafic for the main site 
on 80, and php on 81.
  Anyone got any kind of pointers of how i can possibly get round this?
  Kind regards: Jamie.

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