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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 and Databases
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I have been working on creating a registration form to accept applications for a summer camp. I am not sure what I am doing wrong or if I should try to develop the form differently. I want to allow web users to register for a summer camp by filling the info about themselves online and then pressing a submit button, which takes their info and dumps it to a sql database table on the web server. I thought this was a simple process, but I am running into many roadblocks. Any thoughts on making this work or going in an alternate direction to create the solution is helpful. I tried using Chapter 12 of the book as an example of how to insert data, but it doesn't work the way it written.
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Gertho1,

I am currently working on a Registration Form and I have gotten it to submit to the database. Would you give a little more detail about what you have so far?

Some questions that I would ask are:
What type of controls are you using? I am using a template within a Details View.
What fields are you using in the Details View? I have a Template Field and a New, Insert, Cancel Command field.
Have you verified that your data source is functioning?
Are you using Text Boxes for the data input? Are they data bound to the field?
Is a primary key set on the SQL Server table?
Are you getting an error?

Don Bricker
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