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SubCategory Entry Date: April 27,2022 @ 02:33:22 / Last Updated On: July 11,2022 @ 03:32:26
Queries can use variables from a URL or Form that are then used to get information from the webpage or database to display on the page.
When using a query against a database, this is called "Structured Query Language" or SQL.
When used correctly, you can take the information provided in a form or from a URL string to show the user records stored in a database.
  1. Code Articles
  2. URL QueryString
    A URL Querystring gets a value used to display information on a page.
  3. URL with Multiple QueryStrings
    A URL Querystring gets a value used to display information on a page.
  4. Check if Value exists in QueryString
    Multiple Queries within a single URL String
  5. Check if Value is a Number in QueryString
    Sometimes, an empty string will try to pass through a QueryString of a URL, and we need to catch these before they can get through.
  6. Twitter Style Load More Results with jQuery and Ajax in Classic ASP & SQL Server
    Using Classic ASP to Load more record results from your database without loading another page or a paging system (Pagination).
  7. Splitting IF statement in multiple lines
    In ASP Classic, a very long if statement with multiple AND''''s and OR''''s can become unreadable, especially if you constantly add to them.
  8. How to check if value is NULL
    How do you tell if a value is NULL in ASP Classic?
  9. ASP Classic - Loop through QueryString and display values in order
    ASP Classic - How do you loop through the values from a QueryString and display the values in order?