Environments that run different versions of the same Retail component are not supported.
The purpose of a database is to store and retrieve related information.
In the page, you can select a record, edit it, and then save it to the database. As with fetching a single record, the update requires that you set some parameters and then execute a statement (in this case, an Update statement).
When you are done, your page will look something like the following: The walkthrough will illustrate a number of concepts: To access the data, you will need a connection to the database you want to read from. However, because the Update statement does not return any records, the code for executing the statement is relatively simple.
Accurate monitoring of all system components for actual status and failure prediction. Multiple types of reports, status logging and interfacing with other tools or add-ons.
The Web Forms data-binding architecture allows you to bind control properties to a data source, making it easy to display data on the page. To enhance the Web Forms page you have created, you might want to explore some of the following ideas: Walkthrough: Creating Read-Only Data Access in a Web Forms Page | Introduction to ADO.