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Active Server Pages 3.0 from Scratch by Nicholas Chase

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Inserting Records into the Database

In Chapter 3, "Creating Interactive Web Content," you created a redirect file to track banner ads, but you didn't actually record the information. That's what you're going to do next. First open Access and choose the outpost database. If you get a warning that another application is using the database and you can't get exclusive access, that's fine; you don't want exclusive access anyway because you want ASP to be able to use it too.

Figure 4.7. A database table consists of rows and columns of data.

Right now you're just going to create a single table called ad_log. Let's consider that name for a minute. ...

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