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Display an Excel DB
Excel can act as a database. It's not the fastest or the best. However, for small data bits on a server where the chance for significant simultaneous traffic is not likely excel can perform many of the basic tasks that can be accomplished in Access or SQ (more)

Multiple Form Selection (Where In)
Allowing multiple choices of data observations enables people to customize views of your data and adds value to your applications. The following example utilizes our db on the career statistics of Hammerin’ Hank Greenberg. The years he played are availabl (more)

Multiple Form Selection
Allowing multiple choices of data elements enables people to customize views of your data and adds value to your applications. The following example utilizes our db on the career statistics of Hammerin’ Hank Greenberg. The year and team he played with a (more)

Access Article Db
Are you looking for a way to get news or articles to your web server quickly?  Rather than creating unique .htm pages to display small amounts of text place it into Access.  This sample application will hyperlink titles to recent articles, wh (more)

Alphabetic Database Display
Alphabetic navigation of a database provides a unique way to display just about data.  A simple for next loop generates all of the alphabetic hyperlinks into the database and an sql statement targeted to the first letter in the targeted field allo (more)

Search db by Field
Providing search capabilities to a db enables users to query on whichever element you target them to.  However allowing users to target which portion of the db they would like to query gives extra value.  In this example, utilizing our db of (more)

Summarizing a Yes/No Field
One of the possible data types that can be used in Access is a Yes/No data type.  This will allow for input of a simple yes (True) or a no (False).  Summarizing this data type is not done in the same manner as summarizing a numeric value.&nbs (more)

Date/Time Stamping User Input
Do you have users entering data into an Access db online?  Would you like to know when they entered their input?  Utilizing the default value option in Access you can create a Date/Time field that will automatically enter the date (more)

Vote/User Poll (Hyperlink Input, DB and Cookie)
"Ballot Stuffing" in any Vote/User Poll can be thwarted in many number of ways.  One of the most popular methods is by writing a cookie (a small text file) to the users computer.  Users can prevent this, but most browser come set up
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Print View (From a db template)
Web pages usually print pretty lousy. Typically, background colors are not displayed (unless you change the browser settings) and depending on site the width may be set much wider than the printer can handle on the horizontal for an 8 ˝ page. Providing (more)

Search Within Search Results
Want to add value to your current search?  Allow your users to search from within search results.  As databases grow the necessity for the user to continually narrow a search to the item that they truly want will grow also.  The followin (more)

Name Search & Hyperlinks to Detail
Searching a data base to display hyperlinked summaries that can be clicked on to display detail data provides an excellent way to navigate through your data. The following example will search our test input db of names from our example on more)

SQL: Sum,Average,Max,Min,Count,Detail
There are a great many statistics that you can perform on your data with simple sql. Sum, Average, Max, Min, and Count can be derived nearly as easy as showing the complete detail of your data.  The following example utilizes our db (trade date, c (more)

Database Display by Date
Displaying a database by date values is just as easy as displaying any sub-set of your data.  When you're comparing numeric items in your sql against Access it is not necessary to delimit the value being passed (example: sql="select * from ta (more)

Paged Record Output from User Search Input
When you begin dealing with larger databases and offer search capabilities it becomes essential to offer the ability to view a few of the database observations at a time rather than dumping the whole db out to the browser. The following script will displa (more)

Displaying Output Grouped By Hyperlinked Category
Allowing users to drill through categories is a powerful feature to add to any site or application. The following example will hyperlink all of the distinct categories in our sample db of Amazon.com. When a user clicks on any of the categories all of th (more)

Paged Record Output
When you begin dealing with larger databases it becomes essential to offer the ability to view a few of the database observations at a time rather than dumping the whole db out to the browser. The following script will display the 50 United States, but l (more)

Displaying Output Grouped By Category
SQL will help to organize your db output, but in order to display data subsets by category you will to keep track of when a previous category ends and a new one begins. Utilizing a db created of links for products into Amazon.com we can subset db records (more)

Alternating Table Color
Adding alternating colors to your output data is a great way to help "dress-up" your output.  By adding a simple counter in our output loop, reading the last digit of that counter's value and selecting a color based on that integer we're (more)

Displaying A Saved Query (Access)
Have your queries already saved in Access?  You can display them in .asp.  Instead of writing the sql for your query directly into your .asp page you can simply reference a query saved in Access.  Utilizing our state_info db and a query (more)

Financial Graph
Utilizing some simple html and the output from an access db effective graphs can be produced without the need for third party components.  The example data base contains the weekly highs (high), the week ending date (weekof) and stock split (split (more)

Two Table Join
Outputting data from two tables is almost as easy as displaying from one. This example utilizes two tables with state information on them. The first table (state_order) contains state abbreviations (state), state names (statename) the year each state w (more)

Horizontal Graph
Sometimes you really need to visualize your data. By adjusting the width of a simple image to equal the value of your data output you can build some highly effective graphs. This script will create a simple vertical graph utilizing the rbi totals from o (more)

Vertical Graph
Sometimes you really need to visualize your data.  By adjusting the height of a simple image to equal the value of your data output you can build some highly effective graphs.  The following script will create a simple vertical graph utilizin (more)

Simple Table Display
Displaying data from an Access or SQL Server database is easy to accomplish in .asp. The following example utilizes our Access database of Mark “The Bird” Fidrych and displays all of his season statistics contained in the database. (more)

Count Query Observations
How many observations are in your db or recordset?  This simple code will display the number of observations in our db on Mark "The Bird" Fidrych.  Each observation in the db represents one year in Fidrych's brief, but memorable car (more)

Vote/User Poll (With a db and IP Capture)
Polling users is a useful and popular feature on many websites and sometimes you need a database to accurately track the results. Also, to help ensure against "ballot stuffing" the IP address of the user is gathered as they enter their choice (more)

Display Table (Order By Hyperlinked Table Variable)
Ordering data the way a user wants/needs to see it can be a harrowing task, but it does not need to be.  Utilizing the career statistics of Hall of Famer Hammerin' Hank Greenberg of the Detroit Tigers the following script demonstrates how to displ (more)

Writing Records To A Dropdown Menu
Writing records from a db out to a drop down menu is as easy as writing them out to a page. The example below queries our Simpson's db for the title of 15 episodes.  Note the output dropdown menu also utilizes server.urlencode (more)

Limiting Records Returned from a Query
When you're building applications that can potentially return many records, or take a long time to return a few you may want to add the following code during development.

Set rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
rs.maxrecords=15
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Search Database
When you're querying a Db typically you're looking for an exact match (=), less than (<), greater than (>), less than or equal to (<=), greater than or equal to (=>), or not equal to (< >). Which give you quite a number of ways that you can dis (more)

Simple Table Display (Select Fields)
Displaying data from an Access or SQL Server database is easy to accomplish in .asp. The following example utilizes our Access database of Mark 'The Bird' Fidrych and selects specific season statistics contained in the database for display bas (more)

Simple Table Display With Where Clause (Hard Coded)
Displaying specific subsets of data from a database is easy to accomplish in .asp. The following example utilizes our Access database of Mark "The Bird" Fidrych and displays all of his season statistics for 1976 contained in the database rather than displ (more)

 



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