Updating a database
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The currency date for each section of the United States Code is displayed above the text of the section.
Clearly, you have to know the order to pass the parameters in.
(In Web Matrix, Intelli Sense can help you learn figure out the name, type, and order of the parameters.) As an alternative to passing values in order, you can use Named parameters are handy for a couple of situations, especially when a method takes many parameters.
This tutorial shows you how to update (change) an existing database entry when you use ASP. It assumes you have completed the series through Entering Data by Using Forms Using ASP. What you'll learn: helper so that it displays an Edit link next to each movie: When you click the Edit link, it takes you to a different page, where the movie information is already in a form: You can change any of the values. The syntax for the new column might look a bit complex, but that's only because it puts together several elements. If you concentrate on just the Some background about how the grid works: the grid displays rows, one for each database record, and it displays columns for each field in the database record.
Another situation is when you want to make your code more readable by passing the parameters in the order that makes the most sense to you.
As noted in the previous tutorial, you can use the validation summary and the individual error messages in various combinations.
Notice again that the page appears, make changes to the movie and click Submit Changes.
If the section has been affected by any laws enacted after that date, those laws will appear in a list of "Pending Updates".
If there are no pending updates listed, the section is current as shown.