ASP 101 - Active Server Pages 101 - Web03
The Place ASP Developers Go!

Please visit our partners

Windows Technology Windows Technology
15 Seconds
ASP 101
ASP Wire
VB Forums
VB Wire
internet.commerce internet.commerce
Partners & Affiliates

ASP 101 is an site
ASP 101 is an site
Internet News
Small Business
Personal Technology

Corporate Info
Tech Jobs
E-mail Offers

ASP 101 News Flash ASP 101 News Flash

Script Output:
ID Title Description
1 The Letter A This is an upper case A.
2 The Letter B This is an upper case B.
3 The Letter C This is an upper case C.
4 The Letter D This is an upper case D.
5 The Letter E This is an upper case E.
6 The Letter F This is an upper case F.
7 The Letter G This is an upper case G.
8 The Letter H This is an upper case H.
9 The Letter I This is an upper case I.
10 The Letter J This is an upper case J.
11 The Letter K This is an upper case K.
12 The Letter L This is an upper case L.
13 The Letter M This is an upper case M.

ASP HTML Download            FAQ

ASP.NET Version

Sometimes when you've got a table with a lot of fields in it it can get hard to tell which rows are which when you get to the end of a row. That's why you see a lot of that old wide dot matrix paper that alternates between white and green... it makes following a row across the paper easier... now you've got the same thing for lines on the screen.

To keep things simple and to the point, I've left out the DB connection code and am simply using a in memory recordset object. This should make it really simple for you to connect you own database and use data from it to fill the table.

You might also want to take a look at the resulting HTML. You see... it is possible to get ASP to generate relatively decent looking HTML.

Anyway, the code is pretty simple... give it a look.


Home |  News |  Samples |  Articles |  Lessons |  Resources |  Forum |  Links |  Search |  Feedback
The Network for Technology Professionals



Legal Notices, Licensing, Permissions, Privacy Policy.
Advertise | Newsletters | E-mail Offers