Chapter 8. Editing Records from Web Interfaces

Most Web applications that rely on database content require that changes be made to the database at some point. For instance, a new entry must be added to a database whenever a customer submits an online order. And a database must be updated whenever a customer changes billing information, such as a change of address or a new credit card number.

Fortunately, Dreamweaver provides tools to make adding new records or updating existing ones easy. Master detail page sets, for example, make it easier to locate records that you want to change or examine in more detail. A master page lists a summary of groups of records, each of which includes a link. That link goes to the detail page, which lists a more complete ...

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