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BOOK Beginning Expression Web ISBN: 978-0-470-07315-5
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Old August 20th, 2007, 04:15 PM
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First off this is a great book, Thank you for publishing it..

I have been working through chapters 11 and 12 on databases's and accessing data. I have a Access 2007 database that I have saved as 2003 and the sql statement tests fine.However I can not get the data into the form View. I don't want anyone changing the record I just want them to be able to view it in that kind of a format. Am I using the right tool?

I was thinking about using a table and then figuring out how to parse the data so that I could do a simple table with the date in the Right hand col and the description for the data in the left hand col.

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The FormView control, like the DataList control requires customization via templates. You'll have to go into templated editing mode and modify them that way. If you're looking for something quick, then maybe the GridView or DetailsView controls are the way to go?

Now, if you don't mind a control that you have to go in and modify using templates, I would recommend the Repeater. The Repeater control is the most flexible because basically you're responsible for building the structure by hand. So you could switch to code view, build an HTML-based table, then add the Repeater control to one of the <tr> tags in the HTML table. Let me know if any of this makes sense or if you need more direction.

Thanks for the awesome comments and thanks for picking up the book.

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Zak,

I seem to be a little over my head on the repeater control and getting that to work for me. Willing to try almost anything..

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