Newbie XML VB.net ASPX question

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by kress1963nov22@yahoo.com, Sep 12, 2006.

  1. Guest

    Thanks in advance to anyone... I just got a website opened and need a
    little advice. First I need to know which direction I should go for
    designing my database tables. I use VB.net Standard Edition. I'm
    getting ready to start my tables and need to know if designing them in
    XML (which I'm familiar with) will facilitate things for my website
    access to the data. I have the tables already in XML and can view them
    and update them already from a VB.net desktop application I designed.

    Now I want to emulate this functionality from the web.

    Also, should the data exist on my web-host's server or on my desktop
    PC? I know I'm a newbie!
    I want easy access to the data on both the web and from a desktop
    application.

    Any help would be appreciated ... Thanks!

    Dav
     
    , Sep 12, 2006
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  2. Guest

    On Tuesday, September 12, 2006 6:24:54 PM UTC+1, wrote:
    > Thanks in advance to anyone... I just got a website opened and need a
    > little advice. First I need to know which direction I should go for
    > designing my database tables. I use VB.net Standard Edition. I'm
    > getting ready to start my tables and need to know if designing them in
    > XML (which I'm familiar with) will facilitate things for my website
    > access to the data. I have the tables already in XML and can view them
    > and update them already from a VB.net desktop application I designed.
    >
    > Now I want to emulate this functionality from the web.
    >
    > Also, should the data exist on my web-host's server or on my desktop
    > PC? I know I'm a newbie!
    > I want easy access to the data on both the web and from a desktop
    > application.
    >
    > Any help would be appreciated ... Thanks!
    >
    > Dav


    Hi Kress, FYI I have been using this tool to create my VB code straight from my xml, let me know if it helps, http://www.liquid-technologies.com/xmldatabinding/xml-schema-to-vb.aspx
     
    , Aug 1, 2012
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