How to insert data in Database on submit button

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2/1/2017 12:31:30 AM
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How to insert data in Database on submit button

I'm using HTML instance to create below mentioned form:

Name:             <input name="txtName" type="text" id="txtName" style="width:700px;" />

Attach Resume

<input type="file" name="Resume" id="Resume" />

<input type="submit" name="BtnSubmit" value="Submit"  id="BtnSubmit"  />


On click event of this button, I want to insert/save whatever applicable data to my MS Sql database/server side.

Kindly help me and suggest me somewhat things for this as Contact Form feature is not exactly suitable option according to my requirements.

Thanks in an advance!


Regards,
Hemang Mehta.

2/20/2017 8:34:49 AM
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Re: How to insert data in Database on submit button

Hi Hemang,

You cannot insert form elements in an HTML instance and have them work.There is a limitation to one HTML form per page in ASP.NET and that form already exists so adding another one will likely cause errors on your page and will not work.

We have the Form Wizard Pro add-on which will allow you to create custom forms and use the submitted data to populate database tables or anything else you can dream up by using what we call a "Form Submission Event Handler".

Thanks,
Joe D.