Updating database using asp

You must find the code within the document that looks similar to this: This is where you can edit the database connection strings required to establish a connection to the database the site is using.

Each field corresponds with the information you should already have, so inputting your correct database connection strings should be quite straight forward.

I no longer have the issue with the 0.00 overwriting the data (as the amount I enter remains on the page, but does not update the database.

I will do some research so that I 'understand' the methods and procedures you recommended a little better.

Drupal uses the file to store the database connection strings.

Here is the action methods of the controller CONTROLLER ACTION METHODS // GET: Personal Details/Edit/5 public Action Result Edit(int?

id) // POST: Personal Details/Edit/5 // To protect from overposting attacks, please enable the specific properties you want to bind to, for // more details see [Http Post] [Validate Anti Forgery Token] public Action Result Edit([Bind(Include = "Auto Id, First Name, Last Name, Age, Active")] Personal Detail personal Detail) that renders a hidden element with current primary key value used to find and update the record.

Database Username: You should use the username used for the user to access the database here.

Database Password: You should use the password used for the user to access the database here.

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