Oops! JSP == Java Server Page (a server-side relative of ASP), so this forum is a better fit. At least as good as posting C# ASP questions in C#. Now you'll get OP into trouble for cross-posting. (I almost yelled at him in the JS forum.)
Software rusts. Simon Stephenson, ca 1994. So does this signature. me, 2012
1. Nobody will give you code (we made a GIMMECODE tag for that, which we use to alert other members of bad quality posts). 2. Txtspk is not welcome. 3. Use Google. 4. Don't repost. 5. don't shout (all capital letters).
OK, you've been here for less than one month, but you've come in using the big door (all the first three observed in your post ).
Please read carefully the posting guidelines (each forum has them on top) and try not to make this kind of errors again.
Codeproject is a NICE (yes, it seems impossible now) community, that loves to help, that is really helpful and that you will be able to take plenty of profit of it and who knows if you will also help others to get their problems solved.
We expect specific questions with code samples and explanations on what is going wrong and how to reproduce the problem with the code snippet that you should provide... With that and a well formed question you'll be surprised on the amount of positive and good answers you'll get.
Now we will act like we've not seen anything here, but you should definitely observe those small rules, if you don't do that I'm afraid that the voting system will get you out of this big family...
Asking for code is not how things work around here. You should try to code something for your task at hand, and when you run into a tough spot with it, ask questions then. If you want code without putting any effort into it, you might be better off with rent-a-coder or any of those other type of sites.
"Any sort of work in VB6 is bound to provide several WTF moments." - Christian Graus