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Old June 28th, 2003, 11:07 PM
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I am creating a web based educational testing site. Teachers can add modules to the site for different classes. Most of these modules will be custom programmed. When a student logs in they will see all of the modules that are available for the class that they are enrolled in. They then would click on a link that would take them to that module's test. What is the best way to do this? My module table right now has the following fields: moduleID, module_name, and module_num (This allows the teacher to order the modules in whatever order they wish.) Should I include another field, hyperlink, that directs the student to that module's testing page? Or is there a better way to acheive this?

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You could add another field that would have the hyperlink information or you could construct the hyperlink to use the moduleID:

That would allow you to post the hyperlink using already stored data.

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Response.Write("<A HREF='http://www.somesite.com/somedirectory/" & moduleID & ".com'>Test Module</A>")


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