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  1. Aseem Nasnodkar

    Aseem Nasnodkar New Member

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    Hello,

    Well I have taken up a project of buildind a ASP forum with Access only.
    Can anyone suggest some good articles to explore the psychology within.... such as security.

    I am also stuck up on:
    1> Displaying message replies
    2> Deleting records and then displaying all


    Please help!
     
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    dude.. i guess u need to create a new table for every thread.. there shd be some knda notation in the name u giv for each table.. like tab1, tab2 etc.. so that u can use a intger variable of the form
    TABLE NAME = "tab" + c

    This way u can show all the threads in the table..

    I dont think u can deletion shd be a probn if u know the SQL commands..!
     
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    How do I logout a user. I mean if I use cookies... the user will be logged out as soon as he closes the browser. But if I want him to logout without clod\sing the browser what should I do??? Pls help with cookies.
    Also if the user wants to be automatically logged in on every visit then??? How do I keep a track of this through cookies and yet log him out?
     
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    Dude.. U can set the life time of a cookie (or expiry time).. you can create a con-expiring cookie so that whnevr the user logs in he will be taken insid.e.

    Ok, now to log somone out as soon as he closes the browser, u need to do event handling.. u have various events, and when (this can be done in java script also).. onClose or somethin like that u can delete or set the cookie value to NULL..
     
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    Have a look at this site : http://www.aspin.com/home/tutorial/applicat/bbs

    They have provided ready to use ASP Forums. These forums are easily customisable. If not the entire forums, you can refer to the code & incorporate it into your forum. Hope it helps!
     
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    Dude.. he';s doing a PROJECT of develpign an ASP forum..!
     
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    thanx friends.
    I will chk out the resources.
    4 ne further help i hope i don't require ur permissions!
     
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    haha nopes..feel free to shoot anytime :)

    take care
    Deep
     
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    DUDE TRY PHP

    DUDE,

    TRY PHP ITS LIKE CAT AND MOUSE ! WHO WINS : CAT AND WHO LOSE : MOUSE SO

    ASP = MOUSE
    PHP = CAT

    DIFFERENCE = CAT EATS MOUSE


    WELL AM DOING GREAT IN PHP , ITS EASY THAN ASP TRY ONCE AND U WILL GET THE TASTE

    ADIOS
     
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    Aseem Nasnodkar New Member

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    if php is so cul....... can ne1 gimme some good tutorials.
    Actually i have 2-3 buks on asp n a lot of tuts. So i go with it.
    PHP seems to b just like C.???
    Wel i won't mind going with it.
    But only is i get a tut with the right psyche to go with it.
     
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    A small idea...
    You can keep track of the user using cookies.To log in/out use session variables.To logout ,just a session.end or session.abandon will do.
    If you are interested in learning PHP, visit hudzilla.org
    I think you won't get a better resource!!!!
     
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    Sorry i was awaya for a while , could give u back a reply...well try www.php.com and start from installing it the whole package , like apache , php, mysql then only u will know what is all thisa abt other wise u wont get to the point what i am saying or others

    cheers
     
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    mmmmmmmmmm....
    i wil ckh it out.
    Was just wondering if i cud fing a whole tutorial with php n mysql in one download!

    Can ne1 tel me wat r con-expiring cookies....as commented earlier in this discussion?
     
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    I would suggest download one forum like phpbb and study it...
    you might not find exact tutorial for forums but you will find tutorials for diff things like interting values in db, useing cookies or sessions, using joins, using classes and functions

    and after reaing all these you need to applpy your login draw a plan and start working...

    check these sites

    http://www.phpfreaks.com
    http://www.hotscripts.com

    download php software and manual from here http://www.php.net

    PM me if you need ebook Teach yourself PHP in 24 hours.

    Deep
     
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    thanx deep... i hav sent u a pm... i know u wud reply to it soon

    :)
     
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    butterfly... i installed php triad that has all apache,php,mysql.
    But i though I was much more comfortable using iis on xp. So now i have php on it too. I just require microsoft sql server. Can u gimme an idea where 2 get it.
    Pehle to i am doing asp forum. And soon will turn around to php. Asp forum??? He all bcoz i hv 2 do a project, otherwise the CAT=php is impressive man!
     
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