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Connecting and submitting data to MS SQL database

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Hi guys! I'm a complete beginner of this and have just started learning scripting recently therefore I hope anyone here could give me some help.

Basically this is what I've done already, I have an ASP form here for user to fill in, then a confirm page (displaying the form data) is shown when the user's submitted the form.

Now, the next step I'd like to do is to store those data into a database (MS SQL Server 2000) when the user hits the confirm button in the confirm page. Since I've no experience of using SQL Server or doing anything like this before, can anyone please kindly tell me where to get started or where to find some good examples/tutorials???

Thanks very much in advance!
Aug 18 '06 #1
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Sorry, I think I've posted the thread in the wrong place...
Aug 18 '06 #2
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no biggie, we'll go ahead and move it over to the ASP forum
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