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Hi I am new in ASP.NET
I dont know how to do it in C# with MS Access using web.config
simple site search page with search product table

with images
table name product
productid
productdescription
productshape
productprice
productdesign

search based on Shape like ( round, oval, rectanle) and price

Any idea please

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This is kind of a vague question. What is your level of expertise with
A) .NET programming
B) MS Access
C) general database querying (T-SQL)

It sounds like you might need to go through some basic tutorials on databases and ASP.NET applications.

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Actually I dont really want to do it with some control wizards
I do have bit confusion with images like how to do it



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Huh? Who said anything about wizards?

You are asking a broad question about doing something that requires some basic programming skills.

If you are looking for general guidance, I recommend starting with one of the many many tutorials online about building web applications and programming against databases with .NET.

If you have a specific question about something feel free to ask it here.

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