Building a record insert page (all servers)

Building a record insert page (all servers)

Your application can contain a page that lets users insert new records in a database. For example, the following page inserts a new record in an employee database:

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An insert page consists of two building blocks:

  • An HTML form that lets users enter data
  • An Insert Record server behavior that updates the database

You can add these building blocks in a single operation using the Record Insertion Form application object (see Building the insert page in one operation), or you can add them separately using the Dreamweaver form tools and the Server Behaviors panel (see Building an insert page block by block).

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