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I need to display some data to a webpage , the data is in a SQL 2005 Server.

It is not a lot of data just 20 rows with the status of a room (20 rooms so 20 rows of data )

0 Free
1 Occupied
2 Dirty (not cleaned)
3 Out of order

So i need 1 web page.

I am progamming in Visual basic 2010 .

What is the easy way to do this.
There is a Small Business Server 2003 R2 so there is IIs on the server.


Best regards

Posted 12-Sep-12 9:09am
ridoy 12-Sep-12 14:27pm
please clear your question..what you need to do actually?
for web page you will start with ASP if you want to do it in .NET and then retrieve data from sql database to your page.
Didier Cauberghe 12-Sep-12 14:56pm
Thanks for the answer.

I dont know what is the simplest way to display the data.

Just need 1 page with 20 lines (rows).

Dont know how to make a web page ....

Any suggestions are welcome

best regards

Zoltán Zörgő 12-Sep-12 14:49pm
Dear Didier! Reply to the comments or improve your question by editing it, and don't add your messages as solution, since they are not solutions!
ridoy 12-Sep-12 15:18pm
Gridview is the best way to display such data i think as Zorgo said that too.
Zoltán Zörgő 15-Sep-12 4:54am
Any progress?

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Solution 2

If you write Visual Basic 2010, than you have serious lack of knowledge about this area. That is no problem, but in this case there is lot to learn.
You have two approaches:
- either you code a simple application with a gridview, like here:[^]
- or you use the Reporting Server from the SQL Server 2005 you have. You can use the wizard:[^], or create a project in Visual Studio: Creating Reports with SQL Reporting Service and Visual Studio .NET[^]
ridoy 12-Sep-12 15:17pm

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