Storing myLinks Information in the Database

The links table is pretty simple, so let's take a look at it first. We're going to need the ability to do three things: insert, update, and delete records.

We're going to start by creating a form that will list all of the current records, along with a check box to mark them for deletion. We'll also have a link to a form where we can edit the record and a link that will give us to a blank form we can use to create a new one.

Copy admintemplate.asp to edit_links.asp. Add the code in Listing 8.6.

Code Listing 8.6. edit_links.asp: Deciding which records to edit or delete
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