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  • LaurieK
    MS Access is the database, the pages are ASP and the data is sorted by Volume and then my Issue Number.. There primary key is autonumber, of couse.. Not sure
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      MS Access is the database, the pages are ASP and the data is sorted by
      Volume and then my Issue Number.. There primary key is autonumber, of
      couse..



      Not sure if Notetab is the answer but pointing me in the right direction
      would be appreciated J



      Laurie



      From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
      Of jmgledhill
      Sent: Saturday, August 02, 2008 5:21 PM
      To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: RE: [NH] Looking for Resources



      What software are you using for your database? I'm not the one to help with
      a database in a website but before you get much help from Notetab, you will
      have to define what your database is, etc. Is it in MS Access, or Fox Pro,
      etc. It's an issue of sorting the records and much more information will be
      required. IMHO

      CYA, Joe

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    • LaurieK
      LMAO.is my problem. Me? hehehe From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of fw7oaks Sent: Saturday, August 02, 2008 6:25 PM
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        LMAO.is my problem. Me? hehehe



        From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
        Of fw7oaks
        Sent: Saturday, August 02, 2008 6:25 PM
        To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: Re: [NH] Looking for Resources




        --- On Sat, 8/2/08, LaurieK <ladyck3@... <mailto:ladyck3%40tx.rr.com>
        > wrote:

        > If you try the website, you will see that you can search for one word
        > only, so if I search for "doily" I get all patterns whether knit,
        > tatting, crochet.. But if I want to find all of the tatted doily
        > patterns I can't.

        When I tried 'doily tatted' I got one hit, the other way round 'tatted
        doily' I got 30, if I used 'tatted % doily' where % = word (Pansy,
        Snowflake, Ruffle . . ) I got ten hits

        I'm not sure I understand your problem :-(

        fw





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      • LaurieK
        The search will pull anything with the criteria, supposedly but if you enter tat (which is the topic) and doily you get nothing.. I tried tat % doily w/o
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          The search will pull anything with the criteria, supposedly but if you enter
          tat (which is the topic) and doily you get nothing.. I tried "tat % doily"
          w/o the " and got one "Tat a Doily" but its not pulling from both is only
          pulling what it sees together.. That makes sense in my head, I hope I
          expressed it properly.



          If I try something like Kansas quilt, I get nothing, if I search for State
          Quilt Kansas I get nothing.. the Pattern_Recipe field shows State Quilt
          Patterns Kansas; North Dakota I



          Its not pulling Quilt from Topic and Kansas from Pattern.. Maybe I'm asking
          for too much? Maybe I don't know what I want...



          From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
          Of fw7oaks
          Sent: Saturday, August 02, 2008 6:25 PM
          To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: Re: [NH] Looking for Resources




          --- On Sat, 8/2/08, LaurieK <ladyck3@... <mailto:ladyck3%40tx.rr.com>
          > wrote:

          > If you try the website, you will see that you can search for one word
          > only, so if I search for "doily" I get all patterns whether knit,
          > tatting, crochet.. But if I want to find all of the tatted doily
          > patterns I can't.

          When I tried 'doily tatted' I got one hit, the other way round 'tatted
          doily' I got 30, if I used 'tatted % doily' where % = word (Pansy,
          Snowflake, Ruffle . . ) I got ten hits

          I'm not sure I understand your problem :-(

          fw





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        • fw7oaks
          ... [snip] ... Yes you are. I have trouble with databases too, if I can t imagine it, I m stuck, but I can imagine your problem. You ve got a pile of 18607
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            --- On Sun, 8/3/08, LaurieK <ladyck3@...> wrote:

            [snip]

            > Its not pulling Quilt from Topic and Kansas from Pattern.. Maybe I'm
            > asking for too much?

            Yes you are.

            I have trouble with databases too, if I can't imagine it, I'm stuck, but I can imagine your problem. You've got a pile of 18607 cards, imagine the cards have three columns, first column contains everything we are not interested in, the second column contains everything written in 'Topic' and the last everything written in 'Pattern_Receipt'.

            So far so good ?

            When you type something (say ******) into the search box it's like saying to your faithful but not very bright helper "Find ******" in the Topic column. Hours later after shuffling through the 18607 cards he comes back with say 30 cards, you look at the cards, and say but there's no pattern or receipts with ******.

            He says "You didn't tell me to look there"

            All I know about MS Access is that I don't want to learn more, but I suspect you have a query that says something like
            'Query Topic for ******'
            and it should say something like
            'Query Topic AND/OR Pattern_Receipt for ******'
            You'll have to find somebody else to help you there, you might even need a second input box on the form.

            > Maybe I don't know what I want...

            Always possible, but at least I've got a faint clue even if I can't do the detail for you.

            fw
          • LaurieK
            Well you head is in the right zone.. with me. and all I can do is pray for you LOL.. Its such a scary place! hehehe Thanks much for entertaining the idea..
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              Well you head is in the right zone.. with me. and all I can do is pray for
              you LOL.. Its such a scary place! hehehe

              Thanks much for entertaining the idea.. Its truly appreciated.



              Laurie



              From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
              Of fw7oaks
              Sent: Sunday, August 03, 2008 3:57 AM
              To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: RE: [NH] Looking for Resources



              --- On Sun, 8/3/08, LaurieK <ladyck3@... <mailto:ladyck3%40tx.rr.com>
              > wrote:

              [snip]

              > Its not pulling Quilt from Topic and Kansas from Pattern.. Maybe I'm
              > asking for too much?

              Yes you are.

              I have trouble with databases too, if I can't imagine it, I'm stuck, but I
              can imagine your problem. You've got a pile of 18607 cards, imagine the
              cards have three columns, first column contains everything we are not
              interested in, the second column contains everything written in 'Topic' and
              the last everything written in 'Pattern_Receipt'.

              So far so good ?

              When you type something (say ******) into the search box it's like saying to
              your faithful but not very bright helper "Find ******" in the Topic column.
              Hours later after shuffling through the 18607 cards he comes back with say
              30 cards, you look at the cards, and say but there's no pattern or receipts
              with ******.

              He says "You didn't tell me to look there"

              All I know about MS Access is that I don't want to learn more, but I suspect
              you have a query that says something like
              'Query Topic for ******'
              and it should say something like
              'Query Topic AND/OR Pattern_Receipt for ******'
              You'll have to find somebody else to help you there, you might even need a
              second input box on the form.

              > Maybe I don't know what I want...

              Always possible, but at least I've got a faint clue even if I can't do the
              detail for you.

              fw





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            • Don - HtmlFixIt.com
              ... What you are asking is not html at all. You submit a form to this page: /data/new_wb_lookup.asp That is undoubtedly a script that processes inquiry. You
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                LaurieK wrote:
                > Well you head is in the right zone.. with me. and all I can do is pray for
                > you LOL.. Its such a scary place! hehehe
                >
                > Thanks much for entertaining the idea.. Its truly appreciated.
                >
                >
                >
                > Laurie
                What you are asking is not html at all.

                You submit a form to this page: /data/new_wb_lookup.asp

                That is undoubtedly a script that processes inquiry.

                You will get a lot further at clips, scripting or even off topic than on
                this list.

                If you search with google for something like this:
                asp database query

                You will get lots of hits.

                Without seeing your database and your query, I couldn't possibly be too
                helpful.
              • LaurieK
                Thanks Don, for guiding me to another group, its not HTML, not sure what caused me to post here. Appreciate it! From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
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                  Thanks Don, for guiding me to another group, its not HTML, not sure what
                  caused me to post here.



                  Appreciate it!



                  From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
                  Of Don - HtmlFixIt.com
                  Sent: Sunday, August 03, 2008 10:21 AM
                  To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                  Subject: Re: [NH] Looking for Resources



                  LaurieK wrote:
                  > Well you head is in the right zone.. with me. and all I can do is pray for
                  > you LOL.. Its such a scary place! hehehe
                  >
                  > Thanks much for entertaining the idea.. Its truly appreciated.
                  >
                  >
                  >
                  > Laurie
                  What you are asking is not html at all.

                  You submit a form to this page: /data/new_wb_lookup.asp

                  That is undoubtedly a script that processes inquiry.

                  You will get a lot further at clips, scripting or even off topic than on
                  this list.

                  If you search with google for something like this:
                  asp database query

                  You will get lots of hits.

                  Without seeing your database and your query, I couldn't possibly be too
                  helpful.





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                • Alan C
                  (sounds like ultimately you want to make use of your own) but, FWIW you can use the google, have google search only just your site (seamless? ie does so from a
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                    (sounds like ultimately you want to make use of your own) but, FWIW
                    you can use the google, have google search only just your site
                    (seamless? ie does so from a form field that you put/have on a page or
                    whatever pages of your site).

                    http://www.stonehenge.com/index.html

                    See it in use at there (scroll down, you'll see it) has done so for a long time.

                    I don't know if you need any sort of (likely free) identifier or etc.
                    from google or not to do so. (there's an AWFID [I don't know what it
                    is] in the next code copied from the above listed site.

                    <!-- Search Google -->
                    <div align="center">
                    <FORM method="GET" action="http://www.google.com/custom">
                    <A class="google" HREF="http://www.google.com/search">
                    <IMG cclass="google" SRC=http://www.google.com/logos/Logo_40wht.gif
                    border=0 ALT=Google align=middle></A><br />

                    <INPUT TYPE=text name=q size=15 maxlength=255 value=""><br />
                    <INPUT type=submit name=sa VALUE="Search mysite">
                    <INPUT type=hidden name=cof
                    VALUE="S:http://www.mysite.com;AH:center;AWFID:c32c3e920bca5918;">
                    <input type=hidden name=domains value="mysite.com"><input type=hidden
                    name=sitesearch value="mysite.com">
                    </FORM>
                    </div>
                    <!-- Search Google -->



                    On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 2:24 PM, LaurieK <ladyck3@...> wrote:

                    > I'm in the HTML group for Notepad because its well. web page/site related
                    >
                    [ . . ]

                    >
                    >
                    >
                    > Seriously, any ideas? Does Google offer some sort of free search tool and
                    > if so, is it a site search or can you have it look for key words in a
                    > database?


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                  • sisterscape
                    Will Google search a database? I thought it only searched html.
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                      Will Google search a database? I thought it only searched html.


                      --- On Sun, 8/3/08, Alan C <acummingsus@...> wrote:

                      > From: Alan C <acummingsus@...>
                      > Subject: Re: [NH] Looking for Resources
                      > To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                      > Date: Sunday, August 3, 2008, 12:25 PM
                      > (sounds like ultimately you want to make use of your own)
                      > but, FWIW
                      > you can use the google, have google search only just your
                      > site
                      > (seamless? ie does so from a form field that you put/have
                      > on a page or
                      > whatever pages of your site).
                      >
                      > http://www.stonehenge.com/index.html
                      >
                      > See it in use at there (scroll down, you'll see it) has
                      > done so for a long time.
                      >
                      > I don't know if you need any sort of (likely free)
                      > identifier or etc.
                      > from google or not to do so. (there's an AWFID [I
                      > don't know what it
                      > is] in the next code copied from the above listed site.
                      >
                      > <!-- Search Google -->
                      > <div align="center">
                      > <FORM method="GET"
                      > action="http://www.google.com/custom">
                      > <A class="google"
                      > HREF="http://www.google.com/search">
                      > <IMG cclass="google"
                      > SRC=http://www.google.com/logos/Logo_40wht.gif
                      > border=0 ALT=Google align=middle></A><br />
                      >
                      > <INPUT TYPE=text name=q size=15 maxlength=255
                      > value=""><br />
                      > <INPUT type=submit name=sa VALUE="Search
                      > mysite">
                      > <INPUT type=hidden name=cof
                      > VALUE="S:http://www.mysite.com;AH:center;AWFID:c32c3e920bca5918;">
                      > <input type=hidden name=domains
                      > value="mysite.com"><input type=hidden
                      > name=sitesearch value="mysite.com">
                      > </FORM>
                      > </div>
                      > <!-- Search Google -->
                      >
                      >
                      >
                      > On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 2:24 PM, LaurieK
                      > <ladyck3@...> wrote:
                      >
                      > > I'm in the HTML group for Notepad because its
                      > well. web page/site related
                      > >
                      > [ . . ]
                      >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > > Seriously, any ideas? Does Google offer some sort of
                      > free search tool and
                      > > if so, is it a site search or can you have it look for
                      > key words in a
                      > > database?
                      >
                      >
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                    • LaurieK
                      That s what I was afraid of even bothering with is that I don t think Google will search within a database, its more of a site search where ou have keywords
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                        That's what I was afraid of even bothering with is that I don't think Google
                        will search within a database, its more of a "site search" where ou have
                        keywords embedded in the page and it does its thing.



                        I do appreciate everyone's assistance though J



                        Laurie



                        From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
                        Of sisterscape
                        Sent: Sunday, August 03, 2008 1:01 PM
                        To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                        Subject: Re: [NH] Looking for Resources



                        Will Google search a database? I thought it only searched html.

                        --- On Sun, 8/3/08, Alan C <acummingsus@...
                        <mailto:acummingsus%40gmail.com> > wrote:

                        > From: Alan C <acummingsus@... <mailto:acummingsus%40gmail.com> >
                        > Subject: Re: [NH] Looking for Resources
                        > To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com <mailto:ntb-html%40yahoogroups.com>
                        > Date: Sunday, August 3, 2008, 12:25 PM
                        > (sounds like ultimately you want to make use of your own)
                        > but, FWIW
                        > you can use the google, have google search only just your
                        > site
                        > (seamless? ie does so from a form field that you put/have
                        > on a page or
                        > whatever pages of your site).
                        >
                        > http://www.stonehenge.com/index.html
                        >
                        > See it in use at there (scroll down, you'll see it) has
                        > done so for a long time.
                        >
                        > I don't know if you need any sort of (likely free)
                        > identifier or etc.
                        > from google or not to do so. (there's an AWFID [I
                        > don't know what it
                        > is] in the next code copied from the above listed site.
                        >
                        > <!-- Search Google -->
                        > <div align="center">
                        > <FORM method="GET"
                        > action="http://www.google.com/custom">
                        > <A class="google"
                        > HREF="http://www.google.com/search">
                        > <IMG cclass="google"
                        > SRC=http://www.google.com/logos/Logo_40wht.gif
                        > border=0 ALT=Google align=middle></A><br />
                        >
                        > <INPUT TYPE=text name=q size=15 maxlength=255
                        > value=""><br />
                        > <INPUT type=submit name=sa VALUE="Search
                        > mysite">
                        > <INPUT type=hidden name=cof
                        > VALUE="S:http://www.mysite.com;AH:center;AWFID:c32c3e920bca5918;">
                        > <input type=hidden name=domains
                        > value="mysite.com"><input type=hidden
                        > name=sitesearch value="mysite.com">
                        > </FORM>
                        > </div>
                        > <!-- Search Google -->
                        >
                        >
                        >
                        > On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 2:24 PM, LaurieK
                        > <ladyck3@... <mailto:ladyck3%40tx.rr.com> > wrote:
                        >
                        > > I'm in the HTML group for Notepad because its
                        > well. web page/site related
                        > >
                        > [ . . ]
                        >
                        > >
                        > >
                        > >
                        > > Seriously, any ideas? Does Google offer some sort of
                        > free search tool and
                        > > if so, is it a site search or can you have it look for
                        > key words in a
                        > > database?
                        >
                        >
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                        >
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                      • jmgledhill
                        Try doing a search in Google for html database and you will find converters that should let you do searches on multiple fields. [Non-text portions of this
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                          Try doing a search in Google for "html database" and you will find
                          converters that should let you do searches on multiple fields.


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                        • LaurieK
                          Oh cool.. thanks for the tip. off to google J From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of jmgledhill Sent: Sunday, August 03,
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                            Oh cool.. thanks for the tip. off to google J



                            From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
                            Of jmgledhill
                            Sent: Sunday, August 03, 2008 1:40 PM
                            To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                            Subject: RE: [NH] Looking for Resources



                            Try doing a search in Google for "html database" and you will find
                            converters that should let you do searches on multiple fields.

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                          • loro
                            I m not all that sure about what you want to do, really, but maybe one of these scipts does what you want.
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                              I'm not all that sure about what you want to do, really, but maybe
                              one of these scipts does what you want.
                              <http://www.hotscripts.com/ASP/Scripts_and_Components/Searching/Database_Search/>

                              Lotta
                            • Alan C
                              re google, I had used the word site I think Don had it a while back ie form etc. Perl can do this (mute since this is already known). -- I assume that when
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                                re google, I had used the word "site"

                                I think Don had it a while back ie "form" etc.

                                Perl can do this (mute since this is already known).
                                --

                                I assume that when using web browser to search said database that it is a
                                "form" (where the user interactivity is) where user's query is entered --
                                and that it would then be one of the "methods" ie for example cgi, perl_cgi,
                                perl_dbi, cold fusion markup language, python_+_whatever, asp,
                                yet_another_different_backend_method_of_your_choice_goes_here.

                                Didn't Laurie say it's asp?

                                But it's not to matter for what Laurie seeks here, really, (as to whatever
                                the "back end" (A.K.A method(s)) is.

                                The action (that's needed here) is in getting the form filled with the
                                search query ? I guess?

                                Or ?? does Laurie need to come up with a backend (and/or entire) method so
                                as with which to accomplish the searching of a database as in right now
                                currently there is no (via www) searching of the data base.

                                --
                                Alan.


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                              • Alan C
                                (it s not hidden) (doesn t need to be hidden) IOW anyone viewing source in web browser: http://www.ladyck.com/data/new_wb_lookup.asp works for when entering
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                                  (it's not hidden) (doesn't need to be hidden) IOW anyone viewing source in
                                  web browser:

                                  http://www.ladyck.com/data/new_wb_lookup.asp

                                  works for when entering one search word (I entered "yarn").

                                  Uses the "get" (I forget if this get is an http, cgi, whatever--method). A
                                  back end of some sort exists due to the output results (are found and then)
                                  are (outputted as) dynamically written html.

                                  Laurie wants to implement boolean.

                                  Laurie, how is the actual searching IOW what brand is the database

                                  IOW different types/brand of databases likely have need to accept certain
                                  type of query

                                  IOW does the database itself support boolean (if not then something need
                                  detect when two words and divvy it up into two separate queries, assembling
                                  all of the output results together.

                                  Likely your database supports boolean but that you seek how to query it in
                                  boolean.

                                  HTH. Alan.


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                                • Hugo Paulissen
                                  Hi, That is a good source, but maybe not for beginners? I went through this a couple of years ago (ASP - Queries - MS Access...), and found out that the main
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                                    Hi,
                                    That is a good source, but maybe not for beginners? I went through this a couple of years ago (ASP - Queries - MS Access...), and found out that the main thing to master is the querystring. There are ways to have the querystring that is sent to the db displayed to the user (don't ask me now, I'm no longer active in that field); if you enable this you can actually see what the exact searchstring contains. That helped me a lot; it gave me insight in the inner workings of the whole process.
                                    The form that handles the user input results in a string that must be passed to the database. And this needs to be (fine-)tuned. You'll need to do some learning (lots of websites available), otherwise you have to look for alternatives, but do not give up to soon...
                                    It may help to change the string within the asp-page itself (append wildchards for instance) - in order to get better results. If you know exactly what the string should be (you can use trial and error) you have to find a way to have this string generated by means of the interaction with the user. Without actually seeing the asp code, and not knowing what the connection is, it is hard to help you out.
                                    I found the 4guysfromrolla-website very helpful. Another tool that I used to master the database techniques was from Roman Koch (http://www.romankoch.ch/capslock/editor.htm%c2%a0or%c2%a0http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/110999-1.shtml). Play with it and try to see how you can benefit from the example-code. It may be old, but I reckon that will not be a big problem.
                                    Frontpage is the MS tool that may help you further: it may be used to generate db-connections and instructions in asp directly. I've followed some tutorials about the Frontpage database wizard and learnt a lot from that (see a.o. http://www.frontpagehowto.com/examples.asp). I must acknowledge that I used a tool to have all superfluous code stripped automatically (Notetab was very helpful in that respect). So: I built some code with fronpage, had that stripped in order to look at the resulting querystring, and most of the time I edited the resulting asp-page (but you have to know what you are doing, if you do it that way...).
                                    Hope this helps.
                                    Hugo



                                    ----- Original Message ----
                                    From: loro <loro-spam01-@...>
                                    To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                                    Sent: Monday, August 4, 2008 3:04:40 AM
                                    Subject: RE: [NH] Looking for Resources


                                    I'm not all that sure about what you want to do, really, but maybe
                                    one of these scipts does what you want.
                                    <http://www.hotscrip ts.com/ASP/ Scripts_and_ Components/ Searching/ Database_ Search/>

                                    Lotta






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                                  • Hugo Paulissen
                                    Hi LaurieK, Oh yes, this may be of help as well... Also from Roman Koch: http://www.romankoch.ch/capslock/query.htm Query.ASP - a general-purpose database
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                                      Hi LaurieK,
                                      Oh yes, this may be of help as well... Also from Roman Koch: http://www.romankoch.ch/capslock/query.htm
                                      Query.ASP - a general-purpose database query manager for Microsoft Access tables
                                      Hugo




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                                    • LaurieK
                                      Loro, Thanks for the resource, I got it LATE last night and will check it out today.. Alan, MS Access is the what I m using for the DB construction. I know
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                                        Loro,



                                        Thanks for the resource, I got it LATE last night and will check it out
                                        today..



                                        Alan,

                                        MS Access is the what I'm using for the DB construction. I know NOTHING
                                        about SQL or MySQL. or any other methods.. I know enough about Access to be
                                        DANGEROUS.. I'm using Office 2007 but my server doesn't support that version
                                        so the DB is in 2003 version.



                                        Yes I am using a "form" within my "asp" page for the search..



                                        Hugo.

                                        I'm using Dreamweaver. I have FrontPage but for work purposes/support I'm
                                        using Dreamweaver as my webpage editor.. The tip you gave me about the query
                                        string. we did something once about using a "+" for the end of the search
                                        string but that was when we had a drop down menu I believe. but I will go
                                        back and check into my other resources, thank for the memory Jog! J



                                        I'll also check out the other resources and tips that you offered, I
                                        appreciate it..



                                        Jmgledhill, sisterscape, Don, Alan, fw7oaks...

                                        I'm getting all of these search suggestions and I'm like.. OH YEAH. I said
                                        early on, I even have a mental block on what to or how to properly search
                                        not quite knowing what I should use to google with.. And have obtained an
                                        education from these searches as well..



                                        Thank you everyone for all of your help, recommendations and suggestions..
                                        I'll keep you posted as I learn (if I can teach this old dog new tricks
                                        hehehe) J



                                        Laurie





                                        From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
                                        Of loro
                                        Sent: Sunday, August 03, 2008 8:05 PM
                                        To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                                        Subject: RE: [NH] Looking for Resources



                                        I'm not all that sure about what you want to do, really, but maybe
                                        one of these scipts does what you want.
                                        <http://www.hotscripts.com/ASP/Scripts_and_Components/Searching/Database_Sea
                                        rch/>

                                        Lotta





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                                      • loro
                                        ... You can t mean that rolling your own would be easier for beginners? Not all of your links worked, but the page I could reach seemed to deal with that.
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                                          Hugo wrote:
                                          >That is a good source, but maybe not for beginners?

                                          You can't mean that rolling your own would be easier for beginners?
                                          Not all of your links worked, but the page I could reach seemed to
                                          deal with that.

                                          Myself, I'm quite prolific installing scripts and can modify them
                                          with a light hand. Not as successful writing them. ;-o)

                                          Lotta
                                        • Hugo Paulissen
                                          Hi Lotta, ... No, but my experience was that most of those scripts needed some tweaking (they do not always do what you really need), or are meant for specific
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                                            Hi Lotta,
                                            > You can't mean that rolling your own would be easier for beginners?

                                            No, but my experience was that most of those scripts needed some tweaking (they do not always do what you really need), or are meant for specific server-configurations...
                                            > Not all of your links worked, but the page I could reach seemed to
                                            deal with that.

                                            I clicked the links in my mail, on my end it seems to be ok.
                                            Regards,
                                            Hugo




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                                          • Alan C
                                            ... [ . . ] Alan, ... http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&hs=XIF&q=boolean+asp+microsoft+access&btnG=Search
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                                              On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 5:39 AM, LaurieK <ladyck3@...> wrote:

                                              > Loro,

                                              [ . . ]

                                              Alan,
                                              >
                                              > MS Access is the what I'm using for the DB construction. [ . . ]
                                              >
                                              > Yes I am using a "form" within my "asp" page for the search..


                                              http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&hs=XIF&q=boolean+asp+microsoft+access&btnG=Search

                                              At Google, I entered the next 4 words: boolean asp microsoft access

                                              http://databases.aspfaq.com/database/how-do-i-handle-bit/boolean-columns.html

                                              at there if you scroll slightly down can seen (asp) form (boolean search)
                                              but it uses "post" instead of (alternative, maybe) "get", evidently uses 3
                                              asp pages to achieve the query AND it has at least slight bit of SQL in it
                                              too.

                                              Isn't this fun? (don't ask me, I know nothing about it the asp, access).

                                              I did do once, some time ago, I wrote a Perl--cgi interface to a

                                              http://www.mysql.com/

                                              database

                                              which is not Microsoft Access. not asp.

                                              on an irrelevant note: but I don't know if Mysql supports boolean or not.
                                              --

                                              Perl abstracts (keeps details of the SQL away from the Perl programmer)
                                              which my point is here that a Perl programmer not need to know SQL (Perl
                                              generates the SQL) for what I was doing the aforementioned Perl--cgi--mysql.

                                              There's got to be perhaps some GUI app that abstracts (make it easier, more
                                              user friendly) as opposed to geeky, machine_y like when need to do (what are
                                              we doing here?)

                                              I guess (the goal) it is to construct an (boolean) asp query to query an
                                              access database

                                              http://forums.aspfree.com/code-bank-54/advanced-boolean-search-indexing-43470.html

                                              turned up when I now just added abstract onto the google search, a new
                                              google search, thus:

                                              abstract boolean asp microsoft access

                                              (methinks google getting confused on that one [no abstract for/as a word
                                              returned]

                                              But it did turn up a code bank forum "advanced boolean search" at aspfree
                                              (oh, it appears that it may be a forum about the link Hugo posted about the
                                              Query.asp) where can ask questions.

                                              Alan.


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                                            • Don - HtmlFixIt.com
                                              ... An ASP page, much like a perl cgi page or a PHP page in fact may contain many pages and coding to have it do something. If you just hit the page with no
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                                                Alan C wrote:
                                                > On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 5:39 AM, LaurieK <ladyck3@...> wrote:
                                                >
                                                >> Loro,
                                                >
                                                > [ . . ]
                                                >
                                                > Alan,
                                                >> MS Access is the what I'm using for the DB construction. [ . . ]
                                                >>
                                                >> Yes I am using a "form" within my "asp" page for the search..
                                                >

                                                An ASP page, much like a perl cgi page or a PHP page in fact may contain
                                                many pages and coding to have it do something.

                                                If you just hit the page with no post or get information provided, then
                                                it displays a page. You can use view source to see the content
                                                generated by the ASP page, but contrary to what someone is suggesting,
                                                you cannot see what is in the ASP pages code. To repeat you see only
                                                the generated html -- and what is generated is controlled by what input
                                                (or no input) is given by the user.

                                                If you look at the ASP page, you will see a series of "choices" or
                                                branches in the coding. It will say something like:

                                                if there is information provided by our form then process that, create a
                                                result and display the result

                                                or

                                                if there is not information provided by our form then just display the
                                                basic page with the search form

                                                There may be many other branches. We have written entire sites in one
                                                script so the page address is the same for every page. The only way to
                                                see this coding is to look in the raw coding of the ASP page. First
                                                MAKE A BACKUP, and then using notetab, open your ASP page. Start
                                                looking around. You will find a part that ultimately generates the
                                                query. That is the part we are looking for. We can then tweak what is
                                                being asked for.

                                                Your function (part of the ASP program) that builds results isn't very
                                                well developed, because it does not tell me no results found. It still
                                                outputs the table heading, but the table is empty of results.

                                                I believe something like this in your ASP is where you are headed.
                                                http://www.asp101.com/samples/viewasp.asp?file=db_search_multi.asp

                                                Again there are more coders in the clips or in the scripts lists than
                                                there probably are here (no offense intended, but I think you'll find
                                                the heavy coders in one of those two lists) and/or in off topic.
                                              • LaurieK
                                                OH MY GOODNESS. I sure did strike up the conversation didn t I? Man I sure appreciate it.. I ve got LOTS to research here... my mind is going swish swish
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                                                  OH MY GOODNESS. I sure did strike up the conversation didn't I?

                                                  Man I sure appreciate it.. I've got LOTS to research here... my mind is
                                                  going swish swish swish.

                                                  Thanks!!!! J



                                                  Laurie





                                                  From: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ntb-html@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
                                                  Of Alan C
                                                  Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 1:18 AM
                                                  To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                                                  Subject: Re: [NH] Looking for Resources



                                                  On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 5:39 AM, LaurieK <ladyck3@...
                                                  <mailto:ladyck3%40tx.rr.com> > wrote:

                                                  > Loro,

                                                  [ . . ]

                                                  Alan,
                                                  >
                                                  > MS Access is the what I'm using for the DB construction. [ . . ]
                                                  >
                                                  > Yes I am using a "form" within my "asp" page for the search..

                                                  http://www.google.com/search?hl=en
                                                  <http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US
                                                  %3Aofficial&hs=XIF&q=boolean+asp+microsoft+access&btnG=Search>
                                                  &client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&hs=XIF&q=boolean+asp+mi
                                                  crosoft+access&btnG=Search

                                                  At Google, I entered the next 4 words: boolean asp microsoft access

                                                  http://databases.aspfaq.com/database/how-do-i-handle-bit/boolean-columns.htm
                                                  l

                                                  at there if you scroll slightly down can seen (asp) form (boolean search)
                                                  but it uses "post" instead of (alternative, maybe) "get", evidently uses 3
                                                  asp pages to achieve the query AND it has at least slight bit of SQL in it
                                                  too.

                                                  Isn't this fun? (don't ask me, I know nothing about it the asp, access).

                                                  I did do once, some time ago, I wrote a Perl--cgi interface to a

                                                  http://www.mysql.com/

                                                  database

                                                  which is not Microsoft Access. not asp.

                                                  on an irrelevant note: but I don't know if Mysql supports boolean or not.
                                                  --

                                                  Perl abstracts (keeps details of the SQL away from the Perl programmer)
                                                  which my point is here that a Perl programmer not need to know SQL (Perl
                                                  generates the SQL) for what I was doing the aforementioned Perl--cgi--mysql.

                                                  There's got to be perhaps some GUI app that abstracts (make it easier, more
                                                  user friendly) as opposed to geeky, machine_y like when need to do (what are
                                                  we doing here?)

                                                  I guess (the goal) it is to construct an (boolean) asp query to query an
                                                  access database

                                                  http://forums.aspfree.com/code-bank-54/advanced-boolean-search-indexing-4347
                                                  0.html

                                                  turned up when I now just added abstract onto the google search, a new
                                                  google search, thus:

                                                  abstract boolean asp microsoft access

                                                  (methinks google getting confused on that one [no abstract for/as a word
                                                  returned]

                                                  But it did turn up a code bank forum "advanced boolean search" at aspfree
                                                  (oh, it appears that it may be a forum about the link Hugo posted about the
                                                  Query.asp) where can ask questions.

                                                  Alan.

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