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DPS
Posted: 01/03/2002, 8:21 AM

Is it possible to import an existing site or for that matter ASP page into Code Charge?
Brent
Posted: 01/03/2002, 11:34 AM

>>Is it possible to import an existing site or for that matter ASP page into Code Charge?
No.

CC uses templates to provide access to your underlying database. It has its
own way of doing things. It does not have an HTML editor where you can simply
import an HTML webpage and have CC use that as a base form.

CC has its own database grids, its own database forms, and its own menus. Each
of its forms does have a header and footer sections so you can put HTML code
in it so you can reuse parts of your old webpage images.

You may be able to reuse some of your ASP or PHP or JSP code from your old
website. You need to insert the code in one or more of CC's events.

But to get your old webpage into CC, it would mean rewriting it in CC. That may
not be a bad thing since CC offers a lot more than a typical website. There
are plenty of example applications where you can gleam some ideas from. Or you
may want to take one of the CC examples and use that as a starting point for
your web site.
DPS
Posted: 01/03/2002, 5:00 PM

I figured as much, well how about a way to reference external pages? For example, if I want to use the Menu, the URL references pages that only CC knows about.
Allen
Posted: 01/03/2002, 5:04 PM

>I figured as much, well how about a way to reference external pages? For example, if I want to use the Menu, the URL references pages that only CC knows about.

YES. You can use "Label", check "Html" property, and set default value="<A href='externalpagename.htm'>Click Me</A>"

Another way, you can create a dummy page(dum_redirect.asp), and set menu page's url field link to dum_redirect.asp

You can write some code in dum_redirect's "open" event
-------------------
If Session("UserRights")>2 then
Response.Redirect "page1.asp"
Else
Response.Redirect "page2.asp"
End If
-------------------

Allen
Steve Jacobsen
Posted: 11/27/2002, 6:32 AM

I'm trying to make a new link in the menu using a label and it's not working for me. I set the Content field to "HTML" and then Set the Default field to "<A href='mis.eci-equity.com/'>MIS Home Page</A>" without the quotes. The error I get is:

Parse error: parse error, unexpected '<', expecting ')' in D:\eciwebsites\mis\AdminLog\Header.php on line 39

Is this easier than I'm trying to make it?

/steve

   


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