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Subject: Re: FLASH: ASP for Dummy
From: Cheri Harder
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2000 05:28:14 +0100

Hi, Dorian!

Actually, I'm using a combination of several things to learn ASP. I
downloaded the entire passle (parcel?) of files that Dan V. provided us from
the Flash Brothers production of the LandRover site, and am going through
those for examples, etc...Then I also read through that one short tutorial
on ASPToday (http://www.asptoday.com/articles/19991001.htm) about building a
form with ASP and Flash. But I've found a great reference, for me, at
http://www2.ewebcity.com/home/codelib/howto.asp?htcat=1. It has a place to
build & maintain your Access database, generate your database connection
string with the click of a button, and some very very basic tutorials "from
the top" which is exactly what I needed! On top of that, Helen T (creator
of Sockman) has been a great help!

As a matter of fact, I now have a Flash movie that goes and retrieves my one
piece of data from my one table in my fledgling database. Whoopie!

~~~~Cheri Harder~~~~~
charderatawsolution [dot] com
Advantage Web Solution
www.awsolution.com

> Hi Cheri,
> Could you share the name of the site or book where the ASP tutorials
> are?
> Dorian
>



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Replies
  Re: FLASH: ASP for Dummy, Chad Jackson

Replies
  FLASH: ASP for Dummy, Cheryl Harder
  Re: FLASH: ASP for Dummy, Helen Triolo
  Re: FLASH: ASP for Dummy, Cheri Harder
  Re: FLASH: ASP for Dummy, Dorian Nisinson

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