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Form which is connected to SQL database


Form which is connected to SQL database

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Marlena.ibek
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Hi all.
I have got a task which I'm working with on the moment.
I'm looking for an answer here, as this is the best place to ask questions.

Ok, I've created few tables in SQL, then Report in BIDS, what i need to do now is Create a FORM on my Company website which will be conected to my tables.
I also need to write a code which will be responsible for any changes to my Form, if there will be any changes i need to received an email with alert about this changes.

Example.
supplier is going to my form, changing delivery date.
i need to receive an email with all information about the changes.

so what i need you to help me with is:
1. how to create a form like that
2. what type of code to write.

HELP!!!!
I'm Struggling with that quite some time!!
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Marlena.ibek (1/9/2013)
Hi all.
I have got a task which I'm working with on the moment.
I'm looking for an answer here, as this is the best place to ask questions.

Ok, I've created few tables in SQL, then Report in BIDS, what i need to do now is Create a FORM on my Company website which will be conected to my tables.
I also need to write a code which will be responsible for any changes to my Form, if there will be any changes i need to received an email with alert about this changes.

Example.
supplier is going to my form, changing delivery date.
i need to receive an email with all information about the changes.

so what i need you to help me with is:
1. how to create a form like that
2. what type of code to write.

HELP!!!!
I'm Struggling with that quite some time!!


You haven't even come close to providing enough information for anybody to help point you in the right direction. What type of website is it? classic asp, php, dotnet, something else?

The basic format of what you are describing is you need a page that display the information in a grid or a way to search for the rows to modify. In the results you need a way to bring up an edit form. The edit form will need to update your database, send the email and then return the results page.

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