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    Discussion thread for ASP.NET Form Processing Basics

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    I like this article and find it very helpful, but on my own experience if you don't have experience in programming and have to integrate form processing very fast better use something like http://easyformit.com

    thanks,
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    If I could only see it in the recent articles................................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mika
    If I could only see it in the recent articles................................
    This is at least the second time you have made this comment, Mike. Please explain further. The article in question is not a recent article, so why should it be shown in the "recent articles" list?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Yank
    This is at least the second time you have made this comment, Mike. Please explain further. The article in question is not a recent article, so why should it be shown in the "recent articles" list?
    I would be very glad, if you could show me the first time

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    My mistake... Either I'm confusing you with someone else, or I just read your message twice. :-)

    In any case, my question stands: why should the article appear in the recent articles list?
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    Cos, it appeared here without any comments!!! Except ArticelBot's ones!!!

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    We've only recently added ArticleBot to our site, so some older articles are only just getting forum threads for them.

    Additionally, when someone clicks on the link to add a comment and then doesn't go through with the process, an empty comments thread (with nothing but the initial ArticleBot post) is the result.
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    Thanks Kevin for the useful information [img]images/smilies/wink.gif[/img]. I hope you will amend these things [img]images/smilies/wink.gif[/img]

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    Thumbs up

    I am new to the ASP.NET, but I already read more than an article about it.

    well, if anyone is trying to learn anything about ASP.NET I would tell him/her the following:

    Don't waste your time. you should start with this article before anything else.

    I am wondering why it didn't get 10 out of 10 in rating?

    Kevin, I really like your style, excellent work.
    Last edited by saleemoten; Apr 14, 2004 at 00:28.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    I like this article and find it very helpful, but on my own experience if you don't have experience in programming and have to integrate form processing very fast better use something like http://easyformit.com

    thanks,
    Mike
    That is, if you only want to send email with your form.
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    Red face Form to text file processing

    I need to find a way to write the data from a textfield in a form to a text file in the same directory..... nothing more.

    Lets say the form data from form.html has to be processed by form.asp and the forms textfield content is written to ticker,txt, no appending, just overwriting it completely ?????

    I have searched and tried, failed and died... does anyone have an idea - i was previously using php, but with my new company it's all asp

    Thanks

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    Bronson,

    Do you need to use classic ASP or ASP.NET?
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    bebenguyen
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    Great information; however, I still have a question on how you would go to another aspx page without using action tag

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    krishna
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    it's fine, but if U go more indepth and indetail it will will be much intresting

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    Very good tutorial..
    could I use this method to pass varible through multiple pages?

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    I am getting this error in my browser:

    The XML page cannot be displayed
    Cannot view XML input using XSL style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later.


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    A name was started with an invalid character. Error processing resource 'http://localhost/hellothere-cs.aspx'. Line 1, Pos...

    <%@ Page Language="C#" %>
    -^

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    isaac Appiah Annor
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    Would you please help me develop an online form that students will enter their detail and submit to my mysql database. Please, I want it done with asp.net with dropdown controls, checkbox control, radiobutton controls which will make my form more flexible for my clients.
    I will be very grateful if could do me a great help from this. Thank you.

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    h.
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    it is not a good style, to add style-information within html-tags. you should prefer to work with separate CSS-Files instead.

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    Alex,

    the tilda "~" means application root and has to be read by a server control like asp:HyperLink. Then in control you set the navigateUrl attribute that will read this string and translate "~" to app root. In this case your problem is that you are putting this strictly clientside so there is no way for the browser / client side to translate the ~ to app root.

    Hope this explanation helps. Your best bet is to try to do a simple forward slash if possible for this kind of thing.


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