ASP.NET universal generic database application, based on one table from either an Microsoft Access2000 or SQL Server 2000 database.
It comes in 2 versions :- ASP Classic or ASP.NET
Logic and process flow is exactly the same, even to the extent of having the same program names (ie *.asp & *.aspx), except the ASP.NET version uses the Calendar control.
This sample application is a good example of migrating from ASP to ASP.NET, using much of the same code, and how to make it perform better in
It must be stressed that the ASP.NET version can be improved upon by using standard controls, such as datagrid, etc..
- Web Page security List
- Records displayed in synchronization Field
- record validation
- Update, Add and Delete record functionality
- Automatic list refresh function
- Calendar and Date conversion
- Automatic window sizing (according to monitor size)
- Use of multiple frames Netscape and Explorer compatability on PC & Mac
- Automatic list checkbox record update
- Use of images as buttons
- Example of a drop-down list Use of modal windows
Using the code
Below is the program flowchart associated with the application
Points of Interest
This application is a good example of migrating from ASP Classic to ASP.NET,
without making too much change to the code. The only major difference is the use of the ASP.NET Calendar Control.
This is Version 1.0