Over the next few days we are going to start the migration to a new forum
application. I'm going to start with high post count and active users. You may
receive an invitation to the new forums. It's not spam. It's just me trying to
seed the user base. My goal is to open it up over the weekend.
Once we open the site we'll block registrations here. We should be open
shortly on the new site.
Clinton writes "A previous developer at my school created a SQL Server 2k database that students use to log on to a tutoring session and then they log off later. The original data entry form on the web just had a place for them to enter their SS# and submit to log on/off. The web form works with a lot of .asp pages that I don't understand. What I need to do is to create a web form where certain individuals can write a new record for a student or tutor into the database. I have given up on learning .asp right quick. What I want to do is to create a front-end in Access and use that for the web interface. Can I do that instead of writing all of the .asp pages? Please say yes."